Schlage is the leading manufacturer of residential entrance door keyless entry systems. A 10-key mechanical keypad that unlocks the lock as you press buttons to insert a 4-digit code you program into the lockset is used with their most common keyless entry lock-sets.
As long as you know the programming code, you can have up to 19 separate users coded to run the lock and can uninstall a user at any time. To activate or disable the lock’s vacation mode, or to make other programming modifications, such as turning the lock’s beeper on or off or activating the switch lock, you must have the programming code. You can enable or disable any one of these codes whenever you want.
The keyless entry mechanisms of Schlage’s younger generation substitute mechanical push-buttons with touchscreen buttons. And Schlage keyless lock-sets use blue-tooth and wireless solutions in the new models that allow you to programme and control the lock using a smartphone, or with Amazon Alexa or a similar device through voice activation. You can store as many as 33 separate individual user codes on these electronic versions.
The instructions shown below are based on the usual keyless lock-set push-button. You need to get familiar with the style of the keyboard and the code method before you start, though.
Two Types of Codes
First, there is a programming code of six digits that is used to enable the lock-programming set’s features. The first step in programming individual four-digit user codes would be to enter this code. This security preset comes with your lock, but you can change it to a code of your choice as well.
Second, Four-digit user codes still exist. This are the routine codes that in regular service would act as the “keys” to unlock your door.
Two Types of Buttons
There are 10 digit buttons on the outer face of the keyboard, plus a “Schlage” button located at the top of the keyboard. Both the six-digit programming code and the four-digit user codes can be entered using the number keys.
Let’s Starts with How to the Change 4 Digit code on a Schlagle Lock
- Press the “Schlage” button and the number “1” button simultaneously to add/change a new entry code.
- Wait for the “Schlage” button to beep and flash three times.
- Enter a new four-digit code, and wait for the “Schlage” button to flash and beep three times.
- Re-enter the same four-digit code to confirm the change.
- The “Schlage” button will beep a long beep and flash green to indicate a successful reprogramming.
How to remove the 4 digit code on a Schlage Lock
- Enter the programming code supplied with the system. It was printed, along with the default user codes a six digit code, on a yellow label on the back of the lock.
- Then press the “Schlage” button and the number “2” button simultaneously to remove a previous entry code – the “Schlage” button will flash and beep three times.
- Enter the four-digit entry code you want to remove— the “Schlage” button will flash and beep three times.
- Re-enter the same four-digit entry code for confirmation.
- The “Schlage” button will beep one long beep and flash green, indicating a successful deletion of your previous entry code.
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