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It's, most probably, '0000' (four zeros). Othewise, try '1234'. If it still doesn't work, switch to '8888'.
Hope one of these passkey codes will suit your needs.
Regards, Carlos

Posted on May 26, 2010

  • Jyl Graff May 25, 2012

    Yes it was 0000 for the scala 600, TY I had tried both but was putting in 5 instead of 4...You made my day...LOL

  • CARLOS R SOUZA JR
    CARLOS R SOUZA JR May 25, 2012

    Wow! Couldn't even remember I had posted this soilution! Glad that it seems to have been helpful to you, somehow. And, thanks a lot for your kind testimonial. It is one of my birthday gifts!

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