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Re: Have to change the key code? No manual.
You can change codes as often as you like, for use by babysitters, contractors, etc. You can also reset the lock so you can reset the master code, which is needed in order to set the other user codes.
Rather than re-type all the step-by-step instructions, since you also could benefit by having a copy of the manual for your use and reference, I'll give you a link to a free copy you can save and print.
Simply... POP inside cover off lock .... Press the button ( should only be one ) one time to program code one or twice to program code two ...... Punch in your new code and then press the lock button .... Code should now be programed
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Weiser Lock25605-02 Weiser SmartCode Manual. Program. Button .... Press and hold the "LOCK" button on the exterior keypad, while fully inserting the battery pack into .... anyone withaccess to the power board can change these codes, you must restrict access ...technical means, or evaded by entry elsewhere on the property. No lock.
Take off the cover on the inside door of the lock. Grip it on the sides and pull up or twist. Press the Program button (on the left of the power board) once. Then type in desired code (4-8 digits) on the Touchpad followed by pressing the Lock button. If you hear a 2-second beep, the code is properly stored. If you don't hear the beep, the encoding period timed out. Then you need to repeat the sequence from pressing the Program button but do it faster. To store a second code, press the Program button twice and then type in the desired code followed by the Lock button. (Any earlier code will be lost during these steps.) Then replace the cover over the power board.
You can reset the lockset to change the master code and then enter in other codes for use by contractors, delivery people, etc. which you can then delete as you wish without having to give out the master code.
Rather than give you the simple step-by-step instructions for resetting the lockset, I've provided a link to the user manual so you can have it available for use and reference, as I assumed you didn't have yours any longer.
Have you tried removing the cover (inside the house).. there should be a program button, which you press, enter your code, and press again....don't forget to try your code before actually locking the door...
Hope this helps