Question about Weiser Lock POWERBOLT ELEC DEADBOLT
Even thou you have changed the batteries, the terminals could be contaminanted and are not making a good electrical connection. You should remove the batteries and clean the battery contacts inside the lock with some rubbing alcohol to clean off any residue, etc.
The beeping is a low battey indicator and if you've put in new, fresh batteries (always replace all the batteries at the same time), it can only be that the contacts are dirty.
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PS: All your pass codes will remain in the lockset memory even for extended periods of time without any batteries installed
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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