SmartCode 912 - Enable and Setting the Mastercode

Using a Mastercode is an optional, added security measure. It is not enabled by default. A Mastercode is used to add and delete user codes, but it cannot unlock the door (unless the same code is programmed as a user code, though this is not recommended). The Master code must be 4-8 digits.


Programming timeout: If no button is pressed for fi ve seconds, the system will time out
and you will need to restart the procedure.

1. Keep the door open. Press and HOLD the Program button until the keypad flashes green (about 5 seconds).
2. Enter new Mastercode.
3. Press Lock button once.
4. Re-enter Mastercode.
5. Press Lock button once.

If programming is successful, the keypad will flash green once with one beep. If programming is unsuccessful, the keypad will flash red three times with three beeps. Make sure the Mastercode has not already been programmed. Attempt the procedure again, making sure to enter the
same new Mastercode in step 2 and 4. 6. Make sure switch #3 is on, and press the Program button once. If you hear three beeps and see the keypad flash green three times, the
Mastercode is enabled. Note: The lock will time out after fi ve seconds.

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