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I think the batteries are dead because when I enter my pin it gives me a continuous beep and will not open. The problem is that the keys for the lock are inside, behind the locked door. HELP!!!

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Troubleshooting instructions for the Weiser Powerbolt can be found here:

http://www.weiserlock.com/Support/Faq/50160000000HhhZAAS.aspx

Posted on Apr 18, 2011

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There are two ways to program a user code.
A 1. Press the Program key.
2. Enter the Factory Code. The green LED remains ON
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After 5 digits are entered the green LED turns OFF.
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Keep your new user code secure.
For your records, please copy it here:
____ ____ ____ ____ ____
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