20 Most Recent Weiser Lock POWERBOLT ELEC DEADBOLT - Page 8 Questions & Answers

2 important things which may seem dumb but solved my problem:

- Make sure that once everything is in place, you hold the lock button before inserting battery pack (and keep holding the lock button) until you hear 2 beeps. The latch should come and go.

- Last but not least, make sure you put NEW batteries in... I had old batteries and when i tried it seemed like is was working but could not finish the door direction finding sequence stated above. Make sure they are new and it should work!

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Jul 21, 2015

I have the Weiser Lock powerbolt 3000 Home Access system Model WLTX Garage door opener and the Battery is a Maxell CR2032 3 Volt. very common.

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Feb 14, 2015

If you mean it feels like it's dragging when extended, it probably need to the screws holding the inside portion of the lock to the outside portion and realign those two while actuating the lock to find where it operates freely.

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Jan 31, 2015

Look up model and go to website, they are all different

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Aug 23, 2014

The bolt might not be lined up correctly. It needs to operate freely. Make sure bolt operates smoothly with key and turn button .

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014

When it comes to rechargeable batteries there is an unspoken rule to not use them for smoke detectors, clocks, and menial electronics. Only use them for flashlights and stereo systems that you carry on your shoulder. :) All you can do is make sure that the batteries are touching all the terminals and that they are facing the right way.

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Dec 01, 2013

soak the lock in a container of 90% isopropyl alcohol you can get this at a drugstore for about a dollar a pint then let dry in the sun.
I take these apart and spray the parts with alcohol but only try this if you think you can put the lock back together again correctly

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Nov 18, 2013

First, push the program button on the power board once. Enter the four to eight

digit code by pressing the numbers on the outer touch pad. Press the lock button on the

lock button on the touch pad to set the code. You will hear a two second long beep when

your code is accepted. If the unit does not beep, too much time has elapsed between pressing

the program button and entering the code. Repeat the programming sequence. Enter your number

to check that it works.

Weiser Lock... | Answered on Jul 27, 2011

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