Combination changing notes
1. The change key only plugs into the lock cover one way. When the orientation is correct, the arrow in the connector will align with the arrow molded into the lock case.
2. In between programming steps, the lock will emit a series of quick beeps as the dial is turned clockwise. If the user continues to turn the dial too far clockwise after the beeps are emitted, the lock will interpret it as the next combination being entered incorrectly and it will emit a brap (one long beep). For example, during a combination change, after the old combination is entered, three quick beeps are emitted as the dial is turned clockwise. If the user continues to turn in the clockwise direction, the lock will think the new combination is being entered incorrectly. Therefore, you should stop turning clockwise immediately when the three quick beeps are heard.
3. If you begin a combination change and then decide not to proceed with it, you can simply wait two minutes for the change function to time out. At the end of the two minutes, a long tone will sound.
2740 High-Security Lock