KL1000 Classic Getting Started Guide [GB]

KL1000 Classic Getting Started Guide [GB]

The KL1000 Classic is supplied with a factory set Master Code (11335577) and User Code (2244), and the Private Use Function enabled. 
In this function, the lock will remain locked until a valid 4 digit User Code is entered.
On entry 
of a valid User Code, the lock will open and remain open for 4 seconds.
Before use, two 
AAA batteries must be fitted.

CHANGING THE MASTER CODE
#Master Code 01  New Master Code  New Master Code 
Example: #11335577  01  12345678  12345678 
Result: The Master Code has been changed to 12345678.

FUNCTIONS
Two functions are available: Private Use (enabled by default) and Public Use.
By 
enabling Public Use, the lock will remain unlocked until a user enters their own 4 digit User Code to lock.
On re-entry of the same 4 
digit code, the lock will unlock until the next 4 digit code is entered.

SET PUBLIC USE
#Master Code  24 
Example: #11335577  24 
Result: Public Use is now enabled.

SET PRIVATE USE
#Master Code  26 
Example: #11335577  26 
Result: Private Use is now enabled. The default User Code is 2244.
Use Program 02 to add or change User Codes.

ADD OR CHANGE A USER CODE (PRIVATE FUNCTION)
#Master Code 02  User Code 
Example: #11335577  02  9999 ••
Result: The User Code has been changed to 9999.
Note: Use Program 03 to delete User Codes.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

REPLACING AN EXISTING CAM LOCK
  1. Remove existing cam lock.
  2. Place the template on the door, lining up the 16mm (5/8”) spindle hole over the original cam lock hole and mark the fixing hole.
  3. Drill the 6mm (1/4”) fixing hole.
  4. Fit the KitLock to the door.
  5. If required, use the packing pieces (supplied) to centralise the lock.
  6. Secure the lock to the door with the large fixing nut.
  7. Fit the upper fixing bolt.
  8. Select and fit cam using the fixing nut and locking washer. Lock nut in place by folding over washer tabs.
  9. Check operation:
    Public Function: The lock is unlocked by default. Enter 2244 to lock the lock. Reenter 2244 to open.
    Private Function: The lock is locked by default. Enter 2244 to open.
  10. If the lock is functioning correctly, change the default Master Code and apply any programming changes that you require.

NEW INSTALLATION
  1. Place the template on the door and mark the 6mm (1/4”) fixing hole and 16mm (5/8”) spindle hole.
    Note: Ensure positioning of the fixing and spindle holes allow enough clearance for the selected cam.
  2. Drill both holes.
  3. Continue with steps 4-10 above.

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