Question about Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock
The mechanism operates easily manually with the door open or closed but it feels a little loose even after I made sure all the screws are tight.
To provide a further bit of information. According to tech support the beeping can be caused by EITHER a bad keypad (about $15) or a bad circuit board (about $80, so, time for a new lock). The easiest way to tell is to:
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
your may just need a new battery. im not familiar with that model but the one i had would blink the lights when the batt was low.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
Hi... You have too be sure that the deadbolt is free when it go inside the deadbolt hole... however this system is very low power and the (over torque clutch) will sleep if the deadbolt it's not completely free.
Also if you try to open the door before you unlock it, you may block the the deadbolt inside the deadbolt hole. Take care too unlock the door before open-it...
Posted on May 14, 2011
It sounds like you have a mechanical bind going on. If you cannot correct it and feel that you have a defect within the lock, contact Weiser Lock-mechanical defects are lifetime-warrantied.
Here is a link to their Support Contact page:
Posted on Nov 05, 2011
SOURCE: My Powerbolt 1000 only works
Follow this link to find out how to remove the cover for your Powerbolt:
is the "manual" for the installation of the lock. Programming instructions are found on Page 6.
I'd recommend changing the 4 alkaline AA batteries at the same time.
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Good luck--and please provide feedback if this helps!
Posted on Nov 09, 2011
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