FAQs / Support
How do I change the Battery on The Original Enforcer and Resistor?
CHANGING YOUR BATTERY
- Slide the keypad housing up and carefully pull away from mounting surface to expose battery compartment.
- Remove the old 9-Volt alkaline battery. (if you have 2 batteries, replace one at a time)
- Remove the connector by unsnapping it from the two terminals on the top of the battery.
- Replace with NEW 9-Volt alkaline battery. CAUTION! Hold onto battery terminal connector to avoid pulling the wires out of housing
- Carefully position the keypad over the mounting screws and slide the keypad housing down. Ensure there are no wires or cables trapped between the input pad and the safe door. Pinched cables can result in a short circuit.
How to replace your Enforcer and Resistor battery Video
How do I change the combination on The Original Enforcer and Resistor with a Digital Lock?
How to Change Your Combination
(ALWAYS PERFORM THIS OPERATION WITH THE DOOR OPEN)
- Enter “zero” six times.
- Enter your existing six (6) digit combination one time.
- Enter your NEW six (6) digit combination two times.
- If a mistake is made, wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1- 3.
- Test lock operation several times before closing the door.
How do I dial open a safe with a mechanical combination?
1. Turn the dial left until the first number of the combination aligns with the opening index the fourth time.
2. Turn the dial right until the second number of the combination aligns with the opening index the third time.
3. Turn the dial left until the third number of the combination aligns with the opening index the second time.
4. Turn the dial right until it stops, at approximately 95. If the dial does not stop, carefully repeat the entire opening procedure. Remember to dial exactly to the number of the combination with which you are working. Dialing even a small amount past a number you meant to stop on will cause the lock to remain locked. This is part of the mechanism’s security.
5. To re-lock the combination lock, turn the dial four complete revolutions to any non-combination number.