Borg lock specifications:
Clean the surface of the keypad and all of the exposed elements of the
latch assembly with a light spray application of a silicon based lubricant
such as GT85 or other. Remove any excess with soft cloth.
Do not use oil based lubricants such as WD40. Oil based products will
attract dirt. A Silicon based lubricant will also help to displace water
away from the internal mechanisms.
1. Remove the lock from the door.
2. Spray the inside of the lock with GT85 or other silicon based lubricant
through the tumbler holes on the reverse of the keypad. Remove any
excess with soft cloth.
3. Spray all of the fixings, accessories and latch with GT85 or other silicon
4. Push each of the buttons and rotate the knob several times to ensure
that the lock is working smoothly and that all buttons return to their
The above maintenance procedures can be carried out whenever the
operation of the lock is sticky or the code is accepted intermittently.
Remove the lock from the door.
Remove the 2 or 4 red retaining screws from the back of the keypad. Take extra care to keep
the keypad on a flat surface when removing the cover plate as this has several springs attached.
You will now see that there are between 4 and 5 red coloured coded tumblers and the rest are blue
coded tumblers plus 1 clear tumbler (C button).
To change your code push the C button and hold it. You can then easily remove one or more of
your coded and un-coded tumblers using the tweezers supplied.
Please note you should never remove the C tumbler or take your finger off the C button
when changing your code.
Please note the different shapes of tumblers before reinserting them into the lock body. First there is a difference in shape between the coded and un-coded tumblers as illustrated below. Secondly in when refitting the tumblers into the lock body they must be fitted facing the correct way again see the illustration below all square cut outs must face outwards. Once inserted correctly the dimple on the tumbler will sit in the cut-out on the coding chamber.
After you have refitted the tumblers and have made a note of the new code please replace the
metal plate with the red screws.
Please note-with the spare tumblers provided you can either increase the number of digits in your code to 6-7 or reduce to 3-4.
Code changing 2000 lock
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