The Schlage wireless keypad lock comes with preset programming and two user codes. You can recode the Schlage lock for additional security, according to your personal preferences. The Schlage lock will accept up to 19 different user codes. To change the codes on your Schlage lock, you will need to have the current programming code. If you have never changed the codes and have forgotten the original programming code, you can find the code in your lock's user's manual.
Change the Programming Code
Enter the current six-digit programming code on the keypad: You will then hear three beeps and the Schlage lock's light will illuminate in an orange color. This indicates that the lock is not in programming mode.
Press the "Schlage" button and the number 3 on the keypad. The keypad lights will now illuminate in a blue color. You will also hear three beeps and the "Sclage" button will flash three times.
Enter a new six digit programming number and wait for the "Schlage" button to flash three times and beep three times. Enter the new programming code again. You will hear a long beep and the Schlage button will turn green. You have successfully changed the programming code.
Add User Codes
Enter the current programming code on the keypad and listen for the three beeps. The "Schlage" button will illuminate in orange, and the lock will be ready for programming.
Press the "Schlage" button and the number 1 key on the keypad. Enter a new four-digit user code. Wait to hear three beeps and for the "Schlage" button to flash three times. Keep in mind that the user code cannot match the first four digits of the programming code.
Press the user code into the keypad and wait for the long beep and the "Schlage" button to turn green.
Delete the User Code
Enter the programming code and wait for the three beeps and for the "Schlage" button to turn orange.
Press the "Schlage" button and the number 2 on the keypad.
Press the four-digit user code you want to delete and wait for the three beeps. Press the same user code again and wait for the long beep.