Change the combination on the deadbolt of a Schlage door by entering the deadbolt programming code and then pressing the button marked Schlage at the top of the keypad. Once the keypad turns blue, press the number 1, and enter a new four-digit user code. Confirm the code by entering it again. The Schlage button turns green as confirmation that programming was successful.Continue Reading
Enter the preset six-digit programming code into the keypad. Wait for the Schlage light on the keypad to blink and beep three times.
Press the Schlage button on the keypad. When the keypad turns blue, confirming that it is in programming mode, press the number 1. Wait for the Schlage button to blink and beep three times.
Enter a new four-digit security code. Wait for the Schlage button to blink and beep. Enter the four-digit code again, and wait for the Schlage button to turn green and beep. Programming is complete.
Schlage replacement parts are available directly through the company website, Schlage.com. Replacement parts are also available through several big box hardware stores such as Lowe's, Home Depot and True Value, and some parts are available on Amazon.com.Full Answer >
Schlage warns its customers that in most cases it is not possible to repair a broken lock mechanism. Instead, owners of Schlage safes should replace the lock mechanism entirely.Full Answer >
Schlage's website provides the official Schlage rekeying manuals, as of 2015. The manuals have instructions on how to rekey different kinds of locks including deadbolts, levers, knobs, and keypads.Full Answer >
Secure a garage side door by installing a deadbolt. Reinforce the door, jam and hinges to prevent brute-force invasions. Add a second layer of security by securing the door leading from an attached garage into the house the same way. Always keep both doors locked.Full Answer >