On the keypad side, or exterior side of the door, you will find a sticker that includes the serial number, six–digit programming code and two pre-programmed four-digit user codes. You must remove the keypad from the door to see the sticker.
For Schlage locks, the default programming code is located on a label on the programming guide which came with your lock. If the guide is not available, you can remove the lock from the door and find the default code printed on a label on the back of the lock.
If you lose or forget your Programming Code, you can restore the factory settings, which will restore the default Programming Code. See the instructions and video below. Locate the default Programming and User Codes on the User Guide (on the front or back of the guide) or on the back of the keypad assembly.
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.
It’s likely that when the unit was installed, the dead bolt was in the locked position. It needs to be installed (two sides joined together) when in the unlocked position. see less The Feb 23rd solution that everyone likes works by turning off the function that lets you lock without entering a code.
The Schlage Touch is powered by a 9V battery and because it is a standard electronic lock, the battery life will last two years with a low-battery warning that will alert you long before the battery is completely drained.
In order to reset the keypad, you will have to manually disconnect the device’s batteries. Now, press and hold the Schlage button for around 10-15 seconds. Make sure you reconnect the batteries in this time frame as well. The device will reset once you see a green light along with a beep sound from the device.
The Schlage Connect™ Smart Deadbolt requires four new AA alkaline batteries, installed on the interior side of the lock. Remove the black battery cover on the interior side of the lock by sliding it up. Unsnap the battery connector (a short wire), remove the battery tray and replace the batteries.
Schlage recommends using a premium alkaline battery for all electronic locks. All our smart and electronic locks are equipped with low battery warnings. When presented with this warning, it is best to replace your batteries immediately to ensure continued, reliable operation.
The Schlage Light blinks Red after a code is entered. If the Schlage Light continuously blinks Red, this indicates Low Batteries.
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