Central Systems & Security Services, Inc. 941.923.5233 www.central.cc
Central Systems & Security Services, Inc.
GARDALL S&G Electronic
BEFORE USING YOUR SAFE:
Your safe has been constructed by skilled craftsmen with the highest quality materials available and is equipped with a precision quality security lock. Never use force on the lock or door handle.
Operate the combination lock several times with the door open to become familiar with its operation.
When you are familiar with the combination lock, recall how operation felt. If you should experience a change or different feel of operation, DO NOT LOCK SAFE. Contact the installing company.
TO UNLOCK SAFE:
1. Enter SIX DIGIT combination ?????? followed by the # (pound) sign.
2. The door is now ready to pull open. Turn the door handle in a counter-clockwise direction and pull door open.
TO LOCK SAFE:
1. Close door and turn handle clockwise to the locked position.
WARNING: Never slam door. Do not close door with lock bolts in extended position.
Although you safe has been manufactured to the highest quality standards and is expected to give a long life of good service, a certain amount of maintenance should be performed on a regular basis.
1. The bolt bars that move in and out of safe door should be lubricated once a year with a lightweight lock lubricant.
2. After warranty, lock should be serviced by a qualified safe man or locksmith every two years.
** OPEN THE SAFE BEFORE CHANGING A CODE **
All code changing procedures begin by pressing 74 *, followed by the existing six-digit master code and #. Immediately after you press #, the lock emits five distinct chirps, indicating that it is ready for a code change. If the lock emits a series of closely spaced chirps (almost a continuous tone) you have made a mistake and must start again.
Press 74 * [Existing Master Code] # 1 * [New Master Code] #
[New Master Code] #
After the final # is pressed, the lock emits three distinct chirps to indicate the new master code has been accepted. If a long series of closely spaced chirps (almost a continuous tone) sounds, the new master code has not been accepted-old code has been retained.