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SET OR CHANGE THE USER CODE

#Sub-Master Code

07

User Code

••

Example: #87654321

07

6666

••

ResultNew User Code 6666 now operative.

USER CODE COMMANDS

DELETE USER CODE

#Sub-Master Code

08

••

Example: #87654321

08

••

ResultUser Code deleted.

CHANGE THE SUB-MASTER CODE

#Sub-Master Code

06

New Sub-Master Code

New Sub-Master Code

••

Example: #87654321

06

10101010

10101010

••

ResultSub-Master Code has been changed to 10101010.

SUB-MASTER CODE COMMANDS

CHANGE THE USER CODE

#User Code

New User Code

New User Code

••

Example: #2244

6688

6688

••

ResultUser Code now 6688.

SET REPEATED USE MODE A)

#Master Code

26

••

Example: #11335577

26

••

Result The lock will revert back to default function A) repeated use.

Factory set User Code 2244 will now work repeatedly until reprogrammed.

SET TECHNICIAN CODE

#Master Code

99

Technician Code

Technician Code

••

Example: #11335577

99

555555

555555

••

Result The lock is automatically set into function B) single use Locker Mode

AND allows the programmed Technician Code to open the lock WITHOUT the

entered single use code being erased.

Note: If lock is opened with a Master Code the User Code will be erased.

MASTER CODE COMMANDS

DELETE SUB-MASTER CODE

#Master Code

05

05

••

Example: #11335577

05

05

••

Result

Sub-Master Code deleted.

CHANGE THE MASTER CODE

#Master Code

01

New Master Code

New Master Code

••

Example: #11335577

01

12345678

12345678

••

Result

Master Code has been changed to 12345678.

SET OR CHANGE THE USER CODE

#Master Code

02

User Code

••

Example: #11335577

02

9999

••

Result

New User Code 9999 now operative.

DELETE USER CODE

#Master Code

03

••

Example:#11335577

03

••

Result

User Code deleted.

SET OR CHANGE THE SUB-MASTER CODE

#Master Code

04

Sub-Master Code

Sub-Master Code

••

Example: #11335577

04

87654321

87654321

••

Result

Sub-Master Code 87654321 now operative.

SPECIAL MASTER CODE COMMANDS

SET SINGLE USE MODE B) (LOCKER MODE)

#Master Code

24

••

Example: #11335577

24

••

Result The lock will now remain open until the next single use code is entered

into the lock as follows:

Step 1 – Enter 4 digit code

Conrm 4 digit code

••

Close the locker which will now be locked.

Step 2 – Enter the same 4 digit code

••

the lock will now open and remain

open until next 4 digit code is entered.

Note: When locked in this mode

LED will ash every 5 seconds to indicate

the locker is locked.

PROGRAMMING

OPERATING

INSTRUCTIONS

FOR VERTICAL

KITLOCK1000

CODELOCKS LTD UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1635 239645

Fax: +44 (0) 1635 239644

[email protected]

Helpline, service & spares

FREEPHONE 0800 393 405

CODELOCKS INC US

Tel: +1 714 979 2900

Fax: +1 714 979 2902

[email protected]

Help: 1.877.CODELOCK

www.codelocks.com

POI-KL1000V-0912

WWW.KITLOCK.COM

Sours: https://www.manualshelf.com/manual/codelocks/kl1000-kitlock-locker-lock/instruction-manual-english.html

Need help installing or programming a digital door lock? Codelocks technical support team is just a call away.

 

Unless you are a trained locksmith, the average user might feel slightly daunted by the task of installing and programming one of our digital coded locks. That's why we ship every Codelocks digital door lock with easy-to-follow instructions. In fact if you are handy with a screwdriver, then the installation process is actually quite straightforward.

However, we do appreciate that sometimes a little extra help is needed and our helpful technical support team provide our customers with just that. We've asked our service manager James Bowden to tell us about the team and to explain what happens when a customer calls with a query.

 

Here's what he had to say:

When a customer calls with a technical question, who do they speak to?

There are three of us in the support team:Dominic, Kris and myself. All of us are technical and trained on the entire product range.

Who typically uses your service?

We receive calls from anyone and everyone, including end users, distributors and locksmiths. Our contact information is on all of our literature and packaging, so we are usually the first point of contact.

What type of questions to you get asked?

We get asked all sorts of questions! One of the most common is regarding the code change procedure, which we can advise over the phone. We also point customers in the direction of our website where customers can download the product programming guides.

What else can you resolve?

Customers will often say 'the lock doesn't work', so through some forensic questioning we can usually establish the fault over the phone. By independently checking the function of individual parts, we identify the cause. This level of investigative questioning, more often than not, negates the need for the product to be returned.

If a customer chooses to send a technical support question via the form on your website, how long does it take you to respond?

We will always try to get emails answered within a few hours, and certainly by the end of the day.

What's the strangest question you've ever been asked?

I was once asked if we had a suitable door lock for someone who was convinced MI5 kept forcing entry to his house to put the washing on and move his plant pots!

What's the nicest feedback you've ever had from a customer?

We had this email from a happy customer who received help from Kris:

 

"Just thought I'd let you know how impressed I am at your level of customer service. What a refreshing change to have the 'phone answered almost immediately; to speak to someone courteous; knowledgeable and who resolved my issue herself. Excellent! A credit to yourselves and to your level of training. I will definitely be recommending you."

 

If you need to speak to James, Dominic or Kris then pleasecontact us or visit the service page onour website.

 

23, Aug 2012

Sours: https://www.codelocks.us/
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STAYING IN CONTROL HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER

CL100 and CL200 locks can be used at home on doors,

garages and garden sheds, and at work in offices, workshops

and storerooms requiring restricted access. Available in Silver

Grey, Polished Brass and Stainless Steel.

Surface deadbolt

Mortice deadbolt

Mortice latch

Mortice latch

with hold-open feature

Key override option

may be specified

for any CL100 and

CL200 lock

Back to back mortice latch

Key override option

MANY CODES TO CHOOSE FROM

The CL100 and CL200 code chamber consists of 13

buttons from which the code is selected, and a 'C' button

which is used to re-set the chamber after an incorrect

entry, and which must always be used as the first digit of

a code. Buttons may only be used ONCE in a code. For

example, 1212 is not possible.

A CL100 and CL200 code, or combination, can be entered

in any order or sequence; eg 1234 can be 4321 or 1342 or

whatever sequence is most convenient to remember.

With 13 buttons, a total of 8,191 different codes are

available, any of which can be entered in any sequence.

The total is arrived at as follows:

'C' plus 1 digit

= 13

'C' plus 6 digits

= 1716

'C' plus 11 digits

" 2 "

= 78

" 7 "

= 1716

" 12 "

" 3 "

= 286

" 8 "

= 1287

" 13 "

" 4 "

= 715

" 9 "

= 715

Total = 8191

" 5 "

= 1287

" 10 "

= 286

Most people will set a code in the range of 4 to 7 digits,

and the total number of codes in this range is 5434.

The lock is factory set with a randomly selected 6 digit

code starting with the C button. The code is not recorded

by the factory. The code can be changed as often as

required to any other 6 digit code. Every new code must

start with the C button. Using the spare tumblers, one red

and one blue, the code length can be changed to 5 or 7

digits. Shorter codes are not recommended.

code change instructions

1. Take your CL100 or CL200 lock off the door by

unscrewing the 2 screws in the backplate.

2. Press the C button to reset the chamber and place the

lock case on a flat surface with the buttons down.

3. Remove the 2 red screws and carefully lift off the code

chamber plate. Check that all 14 springs are held in

place on the plate.

4. Note that the red tipped code tumblers correspond in

position to the existing code. The blue tipped non-code

tumblers fill the other positions. The C tumbler is not

coloured.

5. Hold the lock in your hand and depress the C button.

Keeping the C button depressed use tweezers to

= 78

re-position the tumblers to correspond with your new

= 13

code. The square notches of ALL tumblers MUST face

= 1

outwards, with the coloured tips ON TOP: See diagram

below. DO NOT force the tumblers in.

NB: Holding the C button depressed whilst re-positioning

the tumblers is ESSENTIAL to avoid damaging the internal

mechanism. DO NOT attempt to reposition the C tumbler.

Red tipped code

Blue tipped non-code

tumbler with square

tumbler with square

notch in low position

notch in high position

Section through lockcase

showing square notches in

tumblers facing outwards

6. Replace the code chamber plate carefully with the 2

red screws.

7. Check the operation of the new code, and make a

written note of it before re-installing the lock.

8. Insert the spindle, with the spring on the code side. On

latchbolt locks the spindle must engage the latch as follows:

Door hung on right viewed from outside

Door hung on left viewed from outside

MAINTENANCE

No maintenance of the working parts is necessary.

DO NOT OIL. To maintain the finish the lock should be

cleaned regularly with a soft cloth. A silicone spray or

similar, should be used to provide a protective film against

grit and grime.

GUARANTEE

If any CL100 or CL200 lock should develop a fault, at any

time due to manufacture, just call the Helpline and arrange

for it to be repaired free of charge.

Sours: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/981312/Codelocks-Codelock-100.html
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