"Can I change the combination on my electronic safe lock?"

 

Electronic locks are very easy to work with when changing a combination/code. they are designed to be very user-friendly and you can easily change the code whenever you want to whatever new 6 digit code you want. Plus, you won't void the warranty if you change the code on an electronic lock.

 

Below are the instructions to change the electronic locks we sell at our business.

 

Each lock has its own heading, so feel free to skip down to the lock that's relevant to you.

 

 

Commonly used on Liberty models: Centurion, Freedom, USA.

Versions of this lock without the top lighting used on Brands such as: Rhino, Browning

 

The SecuRam Toplit electronic lock is recognizable by the light that shines from the top of the lock when you press the bulb icon on the bottom right.

 

It's recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. Is case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem will be much easier to fix.

 

1) Enter "0" six times.

2) Enter the existing 6 digit code.

3) Enter the new 6 digit code.

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again.

 

The combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 

Commonly used on Liberty models: Colonial, Fatboy Jr.

 

The SecuRam Backlit electronic lock is recognizable by the light that shines from behind the numbers on the keypad when you press the bulb icon on the bottom right.

 

It's recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. Is case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem will be much easier to fix.

 

1) Enter "0" six times.

2) Enter the existing 6 digit code.

3) Enter the new 6 digit code.

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again.

 

The combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 

Unit does not come standard on any brand or model. Specifically requested.

 

SecuRam's Safelogic Direct Drive looks very similar to the Backlit lock, but it has no light function. Instead, you can recognize it when the lock is opened, and the entire face of the lock is turned at the 2 o'clock position.

 

It's recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. Is case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem will be much easier to fix.

 

1) Enter "0" six times.

2) Enter the existing 6 digit code.

3) Enter the new 6 digit code.

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again.

 

The combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 

Commonly used on these Liberty Safes: Fatboy 64, Classis Select, Lincoln, Classic Plus, Magnum, Presidential

 

The SecuRam L01 Prologic lock can be recognized by the LED display at the top of the lock face.

 

Changing the combination on a Prologic is a little more detailed, but still easy. It's recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. Is case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem will be much easier to fix.

 

Keep in mind, these instructions are for a L01 Prologic lock that has only 1 code programmed.

1) Press the Menu/OK button.

2) Use the down arrow (on the right of the keypad) until the screen says "System Menu". Press the Menu/OK button.

3) Enter the existing code.

4) Use the down arrow until the screen reads "Change Code". Press the Menu/OK button.

5) When the display reads "New Code", enter your new 6 digit code.

6) When the display reads "Repeat", re-enter your new 6 digit code.

 

When the display reads "ID 01 Code Saved", the combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 

 

 

Unit does not come standard on any brand or model. Specifically requested.

 

The SecuRam Scanlogic Basic Biometric lock can be recognized by its black casing and the fingerprint reader and the top of the lock face.

 

The Scanlogic Basic has both a push button keypad and a biometric (fingerprint) reader, and can have up to 3 separate users with their own codes and fingerprints. Each user can have 1 keypad code and up to 5 fingerprints enrolled. The first part of this section is for changing the keypad code for each user, and adding User1 and User2. The second part is for adding fingerprints.

 

It is recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. Is case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem with be much easier to fix.

 

Keypad Instructions

 

Changing the Existing Code (applies to all 3 User Positions).

 

1) Enter "0" six times.

2) Enter the existing 6 digit code.

3) Enter the new 6 digit code.

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again.

 

The combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 

Adding User1 Position

 

1) Enter the Manager Code or fingerprint.

2) Hold the "1" button down until you hear 1 beep.

3) Enter the new 6 digit code.

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again.

 

User1 position is now added. Test the new code at least 3 times.

 

Adding User2 Position

 

1) Enter User1 code or fingerprint.

2) Hold the "1" button down until you hear 1 beep.

3) Enter the new 6 digit code.

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again.

 

User2 position is now added. Test the new code at least 3 times.

 

Delete User2 position

 

1) Enter User1 code or fingerprint.

2) Hold the "3" button down until you hear 2 beeps.

 

The User2 position has been deleted.

 

Delete User1 / All positions

 

1) Enter Manager code or fingerprint.

2) Hold the "3" button down until you hear 2 beeps.

 

The User1 and User2 positions have been deleted.

 


Fingerprint Instructions

 

Adding Fingerprints

 

Each position can enroll up to 5 fingerprints.

1) Enter the code of the User you want to enroll the fingerprint for.

2) Hold the "+" button (bottom left of the keypad) until you hear 1 beep.

3) Place you finger on the pad. When you hear a beep, lift your finger up then place it back down.

4) Repeat this step 4 times.

 

2 beeps will confirm your fingerprint is now enrolled.

 

Deleting Fingerprints

1) Enter the code of User you want to delete the fingerprints from.

2) Hold the "-" button (bottom right of the keypad).

 

2 beeps will confirm all fingerprints for that User have been deleted.

 

 

Units commonly found on Brands such as: Rhino, Browning, Champion, Superior

 

Many of the safes we sell have a Sargent & Greanleaf electronic lock installed from the manufacturer. Which lock model you have is pretty easy to figure out. It's easiest to put these locks into two categories.

 

Sargent & Greenleaf Category 1

 

If your S&G electronic lock does not have a "#" button on the bottom righ tof the keypad, or if the "#" button is disabled, then use the instructions below.

 

It's recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. In case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem will be much easier to fix.

 

1) Enter "0" six times.

2) Enter the existing 6 digit code.

3) Enter the new 6 digit code.

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again.

 

The combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 

Sargent & Greanleaf Category 2

 

If your S&G electronic lock has a "#" botton on the bottom right of the keypad and it is responsive, then use the instructions below.

 

It's recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle to the left, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. In case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem will be much easier to fix.

 

1) Enter "33*" (the * button is on the bottom left of the keypad).

2) Enter the existing 6 digit code, then press the "#" button (you will hear 5 beeps).  

3) Enter the new 6 digit code, then press the "#" button (you will hear 3 beeps).

4) Enter the new 6 digit code again, then press the "#" button (you will hear another 3 beeps).

 

The combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 

 

Commonly found on American Security Brand safes.

 

Our American Security safes most commonly come with an ESL5 or an ESL10 electronic lock. Both locks can be recognized by the model numbers at the top of the keypad starting with "ESL", and by the "C" option at the bottom left of the the keypdad. Both locks operate the same when it comes to changing the combination.

 

It is recommended that you open the safe door and turn the handle, throwing the bolts out and locking the door in the open position. In case anything goes wrong, at least the door will be open and the problem will be much easier to fix.

 

1) Press the "C" button on the bottom left of the keypad.

2) Press the "#" on the bottom right of the keypad (you will hear a warbling tone).

3) Enter the existing 6 digit code, then press the "#" button (you will hear another warbling tone).

4) Enter the new 6 digit code, then press the "#" button (you will hear the warbling tone again).

5) Enter the new 6 digit code again, then press the "#" button.

 

If successful, you will hear a long tone. The combination is now changed. Test the new code at least 3 times before shutting the door.

 


Changing the combination on most electronic locks is relatively easy, but if you do have questions about any of these locks, you can contact the dealer that sold you the safe and they'll be happy to help.