LG Basic Lock
Safes with this Lock:
Various [early models]
Early models that came standard with the LG Basic II are no longer available with this lock.
- To ensure the safety of your belongings, you MUST change the factory set code to your own unique code immediately!
- Opens Lock
- Change Combination
- Entry of 4 consecutive invalid codes results in a 5 minute delay period
- Repeated LED flashing & beeping during opening indicates battery is low & needs replacement
- The controller will re-lock in 4 seconds after a valid entry is made and the door is open
- Double Signal : 2 flashes & 2 beeps - indicates entry is valid or accepted
- Triple Signal : 3 flashes & 3 beeps - indicates invalid or not accepted
Wrong Entry Penalty
Low Battery Warning
Audio & Visual Signal
- Before closing the door, make sure all the changes are correct.
Always perform this operation with the door open
- Enter : Valid 6-digit Code
[Factory set : x - x - x - x - x - x]
Please see your user manual for the factory set Code or contact Tech Support.
The lock will confirm a valid code entry with a double signal
- Within 4 seconds, turn handle to the open position
- Pull door open
NOTE: Invalid Code Entry - Lock will signal 3 times
- Entry of 4 consecutive invalid combinations starts a 5 minute delay period
Light flashes Red at 10 second intervals
Entry will not respond to any keystroke during delay period
- At the end of the delay period, 2 more consecutive invalid combinations will restart an additional 5 minute delay period
- Enter : 0-0-0-0-0-0
- Enter : Existing 6-digit Code
- Enter : New 6-digit Code - New 6-digit Code
If a mistake is made wait 30 seconds & repeat steps 1 - 3.
- Test lock operation several times before closing the door
CAUTION: When selecting a Code do not use birthdays or other predictable data that could give correlation between the user & code. Keep the code secret.
- Remove black plastic battery compartment cover [located at the bottom of the keypad] by gently pulling downward on its handle.
- Allow the battery & its attached leads to drop down & out of the battery compartment. If it does not drop, gently pull on the battery until it does.
- Remove the connector by unsnapping it from the two terminals on the top of the battery.
CAUTION! Hold onto battery terminal connector to avoid pulling the wires out of housing.
- Enter a valid Code to open the lock [see OPENING THE LOCK]
NOTE: You must maintain battery contact at all times throughout the procedure.
- Change batteries as directed.
The lock contains a non-volatile memory, & even with batteries removed, the lock will retain all programming.
Opening the Lock
Changing Your Combination
Always Perform this operation with the door open
Low Battery Warning
Repeated beeping during an opening indicates that the battery is low & needs immediate replacement. Uses one 9V Alkaline Battery. LA GARD™ recommends the use of Duracell™ or Eveready™ Alkaline batteries. LA GARD™ recommends the replacement of batteries at least once annually. If battery is depleted and will not allow lock to open, simply follow instructions below. Lock contains a non-volatile memory, even with batteries removed the lock will retain all programming.
Changing the Batteries
Small Battery Box:
Please contact Tech Support at 888.381.8514 for assistance.
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