|Important: You must have the correct change key. Do not set the
third number of the combination between 5 and 11 on a lock with
a dial splined at 50. The "forbidden zone" can shift slightly due to
installation and tolerances, but will always be between 4 and 12. Do
not set adjacent numbers of the combination within five numbers of
each other. Do not remove lock cover. If an error is made, re-dial the
|A U8 or U9 change key is required to change the combination. If you do not have a change key please contact your safe manufacturer or one of our distributors to purchase one. |
|1:|| Using the existing combination on the opening index, unlock
combination lock, and open safe door. Relock lock with safe door
|2:|| Dial the existing combination again, using the changing
index (at the 11 o'clock position). Keep the third number aligned on
the changing index.|
|| Insert change key into key hole on the
lock's cover. Change key must be completely inserted.
|4:|| Rotate key left 90 degrees.|
|5:|| Enter a new three number combination using the changing
index, dialing as follows:|
- Turn dial left until the first new number aligns with the changing
index the fourth time.
- Turn dial right until the second new number aligns with the
changing index the third time.
- Turn dial left until the third new number aligns with the changing
index the second time.
- Turn the dial right ten numbers.
|6:|| Rotate change key right 90 degrees until it stops. Remove
|After changing the opening code, the lock should be opened and
locked several times with the safe door open.
Important: Do not select codes such as birthdays or other
predictable data which could give a correlation between the user
and the opening code.|