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Honeywell 3014D Owner's Manual page 9

Dual user code digital lock
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REPLACING BATTERIES IN LOCK
NOTE: The pass code will not be erased if the batteries become weak or are removed. Dead or
weak batteries should always be removed promptly.
If your batteries are dead and you cannot open the safe by using the digital keypad, you must
use the override access key (see below) to open safe and access the battery compartment.
1. To access the compartment, locate the
tab at the top of the keypad.
2. Place your hand on the keypad tab and
pull forward.
3. With the tab pulled forward, rotate the
keypad counterclockwise to the left and
pull keypad out.
4. Install the 4 "AA" batteries on the inside
of the battery compartment. Proper
installation of the batteries will cause the
keypad to beep twice and the green LED
to light up.
5. Once the batteries are installed, position
the keypad back onto the mounted
bracket and rotate clockwise to the right
to lock in place.
OVERRIDE ACCESS KEY
Your safe if equipped with an emergency key lock, which allows immediate access in case you
forget your Pass code, or the batteries need replacing.
1. To access the compartment, locate the
tab at the top of the keypad.
2. Place your hand on the keypad tab and
pull forward.
3. With the tab pulled forward, rotate the
keypad counterclockwise to the left and
pull keypad out.
4. Insert the override key into the keyhole on
the inside of the lock and turn key to the
right to unlock the safe.
5. Once the safe is opened, position the
keypad back onto the mounted bracket
and rotate clockwise to the right to lock in
place.
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