How do I troubleshoot my Powerbolt 1000?
How do I replace the batteries?
Press down on the inner battery cover (as indicated by red arrow in image below) to relieve tension on the bottom portion of the cover. While pushing down on the top of the battery cover, pull the bottom of the cover towards you to remove.
How do I reset the access code on my Powerbolt 1000?
- Remove the inner battery cover plate from the lock.
- Locate the small round program button near the left side of the circuit board (Red or Black).
- To program, the latch should be extended in the lock position, press the program button once, then enter your 4-8 digit code on the exterior keypad, then press the middle lock button on the exterior keypad. You will hear a beep. Re-enter the same 4-8 digit code to confirm, the latch should retract. This completes the programming. This signals that your code has been accepted.
- To enter a second code, follow the same procedures as in step 3, but this time press the reset button twice then enter your code.
How do I change the access code (and delete my old code) on my Powerbolt 1000?
The steps below are to change your access code to a new code. This will also remove any previous codes stored in the Powerbolt's memory.
- Manually put the bolt in the extended (lock) position. Press the PROGRAM button once, enter your new 4 - 8 digit code and then press the LOCK button.
- Press the PROGRAM button twice, enter the same new code and then press the LOCK button once.
- Press the PROGRAM button three times, enter the same new code and then press LOCK once.
If your old code still remains in the unit, you will need to perform a hard reset of the unit. To perform a hard reset of the unit, remove all four batteries and leave them out for 1 hour. After the hour has passed, you may re-enter the batteries.
Why is my Powerbolt 1000 unit beeping?
To determine why your lock is beeping abnormally, please follow these steps:
- Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
- Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
- If it does not beep, the keypad needs to be replaced (17733-1).
- If the unit continues to beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced (A17734-3,3 Powerboard 1470 brass finish; A17734-3,26D Powerboard 1470 satin chrome finish; A17734-3,5 Powerboard 1470 antique brass finish).
How do I program more than one code into my unit?
The Powerbolt 1000 is designed to store up to 3 different codes for unlocking the unit. Please follow the steps below to program more than one access code into the Powerbolt 1000.
Manually extend the deadbolt latch on the unit by rotating the thumbpiece on the interior trim plate (leave door open).
Remove the battery cover on the inside trim of your Powerbolt 1000.
Locate the "Program" button on the powerboard and push it one time (small round button, usually red or black, located towards the upper-left side of the powerboard).
Enter your 4-8 digit access code, and press the "Lock" button when finished. This will complete the programming for your first access code.
To program another code into your Powerbolt 1000, push the "Program" button twice.
Enter your 4-8 digit access code, and press the "Lock" button when finished. This will complete the programming for your second access code.
To program a third code into your Powerbolt 1000, push the "Program" button three times.
Enter your 4-8 digit access code, and press the "Lock" button when finished. This will complete the programming for your third access code.