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You will need to take the keypad look off of your door and record the 6 digit programmingcode and the two factory default PIN codes. You then need to perform the factory reset to erase any codes and restore the lock back to the factory defaults. This procedure is outlined, as well as the programming of the device, in the attached instructions.
How can I program my electronic keypad lock when the instructions with the programming code have been lost? The back plate of the keypad side of the lock on the exterior of the door has a sticker which includes the serial number, six digit programming code and two pre-programmed four digit user codes. The lock must be disassembled to a point the exterior of the lock can be pulled away from the door and the information on the sticker made note of. This number is the programming code referenced in the information for changing the entry code.
This link will take you to the page that you need to get started:
Then scroll down to this heading on that page: Electronic Security-Keypad Entry Flex-lock FE595/Keypad Entry Auto-Lock FE575 Documents
There's a wealth of info under that heading. You will be able to see a PDF file of the original print instructions, as well as a video of how to install the lock. This installation video (third item down) will be useful to allow you to disassemble it and view the sticker. This is also a great time to change the 9-volt battery! Batteries should be replace about every three years. The eighth item under that same header is a video which walks you through how to reprogram the keypad to your new code, using that programming code that you found on the backside of the keypad. A note about the PDF files: If you cannot view a given file, you need to first install Adobe reader. You can get the free download from here:
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This link will give you instructions for various models of Schlage locks:
There is a video on this page, showing how to change codes.
2.press and release the SCHLAGE button
3.reconnect the bat and wait until SCHLAGE is no longer lit.
4. within 10 sec,press and hold SCHLAGE until SCHLAGE lights green and the lock beeps.
The lock is back to factory now.
Now add your user code.
Adding a new user code
DPC is-digit programming code
DUC is digit user code
Yellow sticker has factory 6 digit programming and 4 digit user code on it.
1. 6DPC push SCHLAGE, push 1, enter 4DUC twice.
this lock will only take 2 user codes.
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