Question about Weiser Lock POWERBOLT ELEC DEADBOLT
Did you accidentally remove the jumper that determines the "handedness" of the lock?
First remove the cover on the inside of the Powerbolt unit. On the right hand side under the batteries, you will notice that is says "Door Direction Jumper". If the cap is mounted on Prongs 1 & 2, carefully remove it and move it over so that it mounts Prongs 2 & 3. A is right handed, B is left handed.
Here's a link which tells you how to remove the cover, and reprogram the lock codes:
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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1 Unlock the car, get in and close the door
2 Switch ignition on
3 Press the door lock button on the dash to lock the car
4 Press and hold the door lock button on the dash, the alarm will beep
5 Keep holding the door lock button on the dash, press and hold the lock on the remote,
the alarm will beep
Repeat (5) for the other remotes,
6 leave the door lock button on the dash, the alarm will beep, switch ignition off
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