Phoenix SS0301E manual

Phoenix SS0301E
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SS0300E INSTRUCTIONS &

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1. Note
The original Master code is 011223, when changing any code please do this with the door in the open position.
2. Opening your safe for the fist time / Override key
Remove the grey plastic plug at the bottom of the keypad (1) insert one of your emergency keys into the lock, turn anticlockwise. Whilst holding the key in
position, turn the handle to open your safe.
3. Batteries
The safe requires 4 x AA alkaline batteries (Not supplied). Insert these into the battery compartment on the back of the door. This can be accessed by
removing the screw on the panel, using the Allen key provided. When the batteries are low a red indicator light will illuminate and they should be changed
as soon as possible.
4. Closing the safe/ setting personal code
Shut the safe door and enter a 4 digit code followed by #, now turn the handle into the locked position. Your code is now stored.
5. Opening the safe using the personal code
To unlock- input your user or master code and press # to confirm. When the green light is on, turn the handle (2) anticlockwise and open the door.
6. Changing the Master code
Press ** yellow warning light is on. Input the current master code (011223) and press #. Input your new code and press #, input new code again and press #
to confirm. The yellow warning light goes off and your new code is set. If you get 5 beeps your code is not set and you will have to start again.
7. Return the master code to the original setting
To complete this you will need to remove the lock casing once this is done press the black button on the PCB for at least 3 seconds, the green light will
blink, then the green, red, yellow light will illuminate and turn off. Your safe has now returned to the original master code of 011223.
8. Installation
Use the two 6mm bolts to fix your safe to a suitable wall/floor.
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Steve White • 25-5-2021No comments

Where do I find the Black reset button on the PCB to re-install the master code?

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General
Phoenix
SS0301E | SS0301E
Safe
English
User manual (PDF)
Features
Product colourGrey
Lock typeElectronic
Capacity16 L
Mounting typeFloor/wall
Weight & dimensions
Width350 mm
Depth250 mm
Height250 mm
Interior dimensions (W x D x H)347 x 190 x 247 mm
Weight8500 g
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