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Yes I just had replaced batteries and when it tries to lock it beeps 3-4 times after locking what is that?

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The 3-4 beeps after locking is a audible confirmation that the lock did in fact lock. It is strongly recommended to change the batteries in these electronic locks at once a year to keep them working properly. Think of it as another annual maintenance item to do once a year, along with changing the batteries in your home smoke detectors, etc.

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Forgot the combination to the lock. Is there a way to retrieve the combination or return it to its factory default combination 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


The instructions below are copied from the programming instructions (page 11):

ERASE ALL PROGRAMMING
(The "out of box" factory default will be restored)
1. At the back of the lock, remove the screw at the bottom of
the lock housing and remove the cover.
2. Take out the battery pack and remove battery power by disconnecting
the battery pack.
3. Plug in the (provided) male shunt connector into the yellow
wire female connector.
4. With shunt connector connected, re-connect the battery
pack. The lock will immediately sound 3 short beeps (if
these 3 beeps are not heard, then restart at step 2).
5. The lock will then sound more slow beeps, 1 beep for every
second it takes to clear the memory.
6. After a few more seconds, the LED will slowly alternate between
flashing red and green--disconnect the yellow wire
shunt connector.
7. The LED will continue to slowly flash green and red for 25
seconds. To enroll Function Cards, proceed immediately
as follows:
• With the lock LED slowly alternating between flashing
red and green, present the Function Card #1
to the lock. The lock will sound 5 slow beeps.
• The lock LED will flash green rapidly. The lock is
ready to enroll the Function Cards.
• Re-present Function Card #1 to the lock. The
lock LED will flash green then red, with two beeps
(indicating the card was enrolled successfully).
• Present Function Card #2 to the lock. Again, the
lock LED will flash green then red, with two beeps.
• Continue to present, in order, Function Cards 3-
9. Each time a new Function Card is presented, the
lock LED will flash green then red, with two beeps.
After the 9th Function card is presented, the lock LED will flash
green twice, sound two beeps, and will then remain silent,
ready for use. Note: If the lock continues to beep after presenting
the 9th Function Card, check to verify that the yellow
wire shunt is disconnected.
Note: If you only wish to use the first 3 Function Cards, simply
allow the lock to "time out" after 30 seconds.

Here is the link to the complete instructions, in PDF form. You will need Adobe Acrobat or equivalent to view them:

http://napcosecurity.com/download/PL3000_WI1280A.04_PROG.pdf

Good luck-and please provide feedback if this helps!

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Began to beep in intervals. Changed batteries and it worked a couple of times then beeped twice then touchpad will not work, Five minutes later it beeped steadily for 10 seconds than stopped. Will not...


Why is my Powerbolt 1000 unit beeping?

This is the relevant excerpt from the Powerbolt programming and troubleshooting instructions:

"To determine why your lock is beeping abnormally, please follow these steps:

Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
If it does not beep, the keypad needs to be replaced (17733-1).
If the unit continues to beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced (A17734-3,3 Powerboard 1470 brass finish; A17734-3,26D Powerboard 1470 satin chrome finish; A17734-3,5 Powerboard 1470 antique brass finish)."

Since you've already gone through the battery change, try the battery remove-reinstall recommended above. If that doesn't work for you it suggests that you need to replace the appropriate Powerboard for your lock.

So this is the link to Weiser Customer Support Page, where you will find the appropriate number of your location:

http://www.weiserlock.com/en/CustomerService/ProductSupport/SupportContact.aspx

I suggest calling the appropriate toll-free number and having a conversation with a representative about this problem. You will want confirm that you need the part before you go through the expense, and that it's worth it. You will need to know the "finish" of your lock. Try to talk them into warrantying the part, in spite of the age (one year warranty on electronics), as a matter of good customer relations. They will help you get the correct part on order.

Good luck--and please provide feedback if this helps!

Sep 22, 2011 | Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock

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How long should I expect my lock to last? It is app. 3 years old will only lock & unlock app. 3 or 4 times then dies when the batteries are replaced... The batteries still have a full charge.when...


This is the relevant excerpt from the Powerbolt programming and troubleshooting instructions:

"To determine why your lock is beeping abnormally, please follow these steps:

Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
If it does not beep, the keypad needs to be replaced (17733-1).
If the unit continues to beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced (A17734-3,3 Powerboard 1470 brass finish; A17734-3,26D Powerboard 1470 satin chrome finish; A17734-3,5 Powerboard 1470 antique brass finish)."

Since you've already gone through the battery change, try the battery remove-reinstall recommended above. If that doesn't work for you it suggests that you need to replace the appropriate Powerboard for your lock.

So this is the link to Weiser Customer Support Page, where you will find the appropriate number of your location:

http://www.weiserlock.com/en/CustomerService/ProductSupport/SupportContact.aspx

I suggest calling the appropriate toll-free number and having a conversation with a representative about this problem. You will want confirm that you need the part before you go through the expense, and that it's worth it. You will need to know the "finish" of your lock. Try to talk them into warrantying the part, in spite of the age (one year warranty on electronics), as a matter of good customer relations. They will help you get the correct part on order.

Good luck--and please provide feedback if this helps!

Aug 15, 2011 | Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock

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I held the black button down untill it beeped and then reset the entry codes (they were compromised). Since then it beeps after an unlock code is entered, then it beeps a few times and will not respond to...


ok -- so you know about the black re-set button ( that saves me some time ),,
1. push and hold the black button untill it beeps 3 times -
2. enter your new code,, 4 to 8 digits and then press the 'LOCK' button.
it should now be programmed to your new code.
now if you want to add more codes to the lock -- just push the black button twice and enter next code and hit the ' LOCK ' button,,, this will store the next code.
make sure you test the lock several times so you do not get locked out.
also -- change your battery once or twice a year ( depending on use ) to be sure it never dies.
now the reason it does not respond to button function is because it goes into lock down mode after about 3 tries,, this is a security function of the lock,,, before you try the re-program - let the lock sit idle for 5 minutes or so,, also just to make sure the lock does not get over excited - remove the battery and let sit for a few more minutes,, ( this is just a extra step that I do out in the field whenever I encounter this problem ) --- and yes I am a locksmith.
best of luck to you,, if you have anymore troubles - please write me back here and I will do my best to walk you through it.
have a great night,

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2002 pontiac grand prix - power door locks


I do believe the 3 beeps are telling you that you are about to lock your doors. Additonally that should signal you that have your keys in hand before you locks your keys inside the car. It's just an aural warning reminder that your doors are about to be locked.

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Powerbolt beeping issues


I removed the batteries and it beeps.
I called customer support. They must have a lot of issues with the keypads, cause they're sending me a new one in 3-5 days.

I thought I would have to mail the whole thing in.
The woman was very friendly.
Great customer support!

Sep 08, 2009 | Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock

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Dear Sirs: I have a Weiser keyless locke


  • Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
  • Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
I contacted customer support... they tell me the FAQ information on their own website is incorrect. The opposite is true, therefore the following is correct:
  • If it does not beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced
  • If the unit continues to beep, the keypad needs to be replaced
Here in Canada, they will send you a new one within 3-5 days free of charge. Call customer support:

Canada: 800-501-9471
US: 800-677-LOCK

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Jul 15, 2009 | Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock

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Powerbolt 1000 started beeping and quit functioning


  • Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
  • Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
I contacted customer support... they tell me the FAQ information on their own website is incorrect. The opposite is true, therefore the following is correct:
  • If it does not beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced
  • If the unit continues to beep, the keypad needs to be replaced
Here in Canada, they will send you a new one within 3-5 days free of charge. Call customer support:

Canada: 800-501-9471
US: 800-677-LOCK


The woman was very friendly. Great customer support!

-=dån=-

Jun 14, 2009 | Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock

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How to reset kwikset pwerbolt 1000


6. Resetting the code: - please follow these instructions to reset the code on your Powerbolt 1000 unit:
  • Remove the inner cover plate from the lock.
  • Locate the small round program button near the left side of the circuit board (Red or Black).
  • To program, the latch should be extended out in the lock position, press the reset button once, then enter your 4-8 digit code on the exterior keypad, then immediately press the middle lock button on the exterior keypad. You will hear a beep. Re-enter the same 4-8 digit code to confirm, the latch should retract. This completes the programming. This signals that your code has been accepted.
  • To enter a second code, follow the same procedures as in step 3, but this time press the reset button twice then enter your code.
7. Replacing the batteries: - please follow these instructions to replace the batteries on your Powerbolt 1000 unit:
  • Remove inner cover plate located above the thumb turn on the inside of the door
  • Replace all 4 batteries with quality alkaline AA batteries. (Do not use rechargeable batteries.)
  • Ensure that the batteries are correctly oriented or unit will not function properly.



8. Changing the password code: - please follow these instructions:
  • Manually put the bolt in extended (lock) position. Press PROGRAM button once, enter new 4 - 8 digit code and then press LOCK.
  • Press PROGRAM button twice, enter the same new code and then press LOCK once.
  • Press PROGRAM button three times, enter the same new code and then press LOCK once.

    These stept will program only the new code you enter for your unit.
9. Why is my Powerbolt 1000 unit beeping? - To determine why your lock is beeping, please follow these steps:
  • Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
  • Let is sit for 1 minute then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
  • If it does not beep, the keypad needs to be replaced (17733-1).
  • If the unit beeps, the powerboard needs to be replaced (A17734-4,3 Powerboard 1460 brass finish; A17734-4,26D Powerboard 1460 satin chrome finish; A17734-4,5 Powerboard 1460 antique brass finish; A17734-4,11P Powerboard 1460 bronze finish).

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