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Safes with this Lock:

  1. Mesa MAWS2113E Wall Safe

 

LG Basic

IMPORTANT:

  1. To ensure the safety of your belongings, you MUST change the factory set code to your own unique code immediately!

 

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Always perform this operation with the door open

  • Before closing the door, make sure all the changes are correct.

Quick Start

  • Insert:¬†4 AA Batteries¬†into the compartment located inside the door
  • Enter :¬†[Factory set Code: # - x - x - x - A]
  • Green¬†light will appear for¬†5 seconds
    Please see your user manual for the factory set Codes or contact Tech Support.
  • Pull the handle to open door while the¬†Green¬†light is still on

IMPORTANT:

  • If you misplaced your code or if the batteries die while the safe is in the locked position, use the override key that is included with your safe.
  • Do NOT store the override keys inside the safe.

Quick Install
[For detailed instructions, see Safe Installation section]

  • Choose a location free of plumbing & electrical wires
  • Adjust & secure the telescoping back
  • Locate studs
    Safe is designed to fit between standard 16" center-to-center studs
  • Cut out a¬†21 1‚ĀĄ8"¬†high¬†x 14"¬†wide¬†section in your wall
  • Remove door [optional]
    [See Removing the Door section]
  • Mark & drill 1‚ĀĄ16" - 1‚ĀĄ8" pilot holes into studs
  • Anchor¬†your wall safe
  • Install shelf extensions if needed

IMPORTANT:

  • If you misplaced your code or if the batteries die while the safe is in the locked position, use the override key that is included with your safe.
  • Do NOT store the override keys inside the safe.

Override Key System
For your convenience, we have engineered a manual override key system for your safe. If you forgot or misplaced your code or if the batteries die, use the override keys to manually open your safe.

  • Remove the plastic cap
    [Located below the keypad]
  • Insert the¬†override key¬†& turn¬†counter-clockwise
  • Pull handle to open safe

IMPORTANT:

  • Do NOT store the override keys inside the safe.

Changing the Batteries

Low Battery Warning: If the batteries are low the red light will appear or the safe will not unlock after entering your code.

  • Locate battery compartment
    [Located on inside of the door]
  • Replace batteries with new¬†4 AA Alkaline Batteries
  • Test lock before closing & locking your safe

NOTE:

  • If the batteries die while the safe is in the locked position, use the override keys.

Operating The Safe

  • Enter :¬†Code - A
    Green light will appear
  • Before the Green light disappears: Pull handle to open door
  • To lock safe, close door & push handle back to the close position
  • Make sure your safe is locked before walking away!
    Valid Code: The Green light will appear for 5 seconds
    Invalid Code: Keypad will Beep 6 times while the Orange light appears

Lock-Out Penalty
If an incorrect code is entered 3 times consecutively, a Lock-Out Penalty will be activated. During this lockout period, the keypad will not respond & the Orange light will flash every second until the lockout period is over. The lockout period will last for approximately 3 minutes.

Programming The Safe

  • Open the safe & locate the¬†red program button
    [Located on the inside of the door]
  • Press the¬†red program button¬†& release; keypad will¬†Beep¬†once¬†& the¬†Orange¬†light will appear for¬†10-15 seconds
  • Before the¬†Orange¬†light disappears - Enter :¬†New Code - B
    Code can be 3-8 digits
    Valid Entry: Keypad will Beep 4 times
    If a mistake has been made, wait for the Orange light to disappear & repeat steps 1-3

IMPORTANT:

  • Test your New Code several times before closing door. Keep a record of your code.

Interior Light
The interior light is controlled by a red switch located on the top edge on the inside of the door panel.

NOTE:

  • Always remember to turn the light off before closing & locking safe or it will drain batteries.

 

SAFE INSTALLATION:

Adjusting & Securing the Telescoping Back

  • Using¬†6 sets¬†of¬†Hardware C, attach the¬†middle section¬†of the telescopin back first.
    Keep screws loose enough so the depth can be adjusted.
  • Using¬†6 sets¬†of¬†Hardware B, attach the¬†back section¬†of the telescopin back second.
    Keep screws loose enough so the depth can be adjusted.
  • Now that both sections have been attached, determine the maximum depth available within your wall
  • Adjust & secure both sections of the telescoping back to the determined depth
    Do not over tighten screws

 

Choosing A Location

  • Be sure to pick a wall free of plumbing pipes & electrical wires. Use caution when cutting into drywall.
  • The safe is¬†14" wide¬†& is designed to fit between¬†standard 16"¬†center-to-center¬†studs

 

NOTE:

  • Most homes have wall framing constructed of¬†2x4's¬†&/or¬†2x6's¬†that are located¬†16"¬†from center of stud to center of stud.

 

Tools Required for Installation

  • Tape measure
  • Pencil
  • Drill
  • Dry wall saw or jig saw
  • Framing square/T-square
  • Screwdriver [Philip's & flathead]
  • Flashlight
  • Stud finder

NOTE:

  • Instructions shown are for wood framed wall installation

Wall Cutout

  • Determine the approximate location of the stud for the¬†right side¬†of your wall safe [hinge side]
  • Drill¬†or¬†cut¬†a large enough¬†pilot hole¬†to determine where the inside edge of the stud is located
  • Using a framing square/T-square, draw a¬†21 1‚ĀĄ8" vertical¬†pencil line along the inside edge of the stud. This will locate the¬†right side¬†[hinge side] of the safe
  • From the¬†top¬†of your drawn line,¬†measure 14" to the¬†left¬†& make a pencil mark.
  • Repeat this step at the¬†bottom¬†of your drawn line
  • Using a framing square, draw a¬†vertical line¬†between the pencil marks locating the¬†left side¬†of the safe
  • With the¬†Framing Square, draw a¬†horizontal line¬†at the top of the¬†21 1‚ĀĄ8"¬†measurement joining the 2 vertical lines.
    Repeat this step at the bottom.
    You now have a¬†14" x 21 1‚ĀĄ8" rectangle¬†drawn on the wall between the studs
  • With the¬†Dry-Wall Saw¬†or equivalent tool; beginning at the¬†pilot hole, cut along the pencil lines & remove the wall section

 

NOTE:

  • The outer¬†flange¬†of the safe will cover the cut line & any flaws

Installing the Wall Safe

To make the safe installation as easy as possible, remove the door. [See Removing the Door section]

  • Fit the wall safe¬†within the wall cutout¬†so that the¬†hinge side¬†of the safe is¬†flush¬†against the¬†right stud¬†& the¬†front flange¬†is flat against the wall
  • Mark the stud using the¬†4 outer slots¬†in the front piece of the wall safe to indicate where the¬†pilot holes¬†need to be¬†drilled
  • Remove the safe from the cutout &¬†drill 1‚ĀĄ16" - 1‚ĀĄ8"¬†diameter¬†pilot holes
  • Now that the pilot holes have been drilled, you can¬†fasten¬†the safe into the wall.
    Use 4 sets of Hardware D through the 4 outer slots in the front piece of the safe
  • Intall¬†expandable shelves¬†as needed

 

IMPORTANT:

  • Do not over tighten; there may be a little gap between the left stud & the safe - this is normal

     

    Shelf Extensions

    Your wall safe comes with additional shelf extensions. The shelf extensions come in 2 sizes: Large & Small.

    After installing your safe within the wall, install the shelf extensions that work best with your depth. When using the larger shelves you can install the smaller shelves to add extra support beneath the large ones.
    Use 2 sets of Hardware A for each shelf extension.

    Removing the Door
    To make the safe installation as easy as possible, you can remove the door.

    • Remove the set screws located on the¬†top & bottom hinge
    • Remove the¬†bottom hinge pin¬†by tapping it out with a wedge screwdriver
    • Remove the¬†top hinge pin¬†by tapping it out with a wedge screwdriver
    • Reverse steps 1-3 to¬†reinstall¬†door

    Important Information on Safe Usage

    • Hold on to your¬†Proof of Purchase¬†[receipt/invoice]. You will need this to¬†order keys¬†or use the¬†Warranty Service.
    • Do not open your safe if it is lying on its side, back or top. ONLY open your safe when it is in the upright position
    • Do not slam the door. Extreme shock can damage the lock or jam the bolt work system
    • Do not shut the door with the locking bolts in the locked position. This may damage the locking bolts & create problems unlocking & locking the safe
    • Do not overstuff contents of the safe so that the door must be forced shut. Bolt work may jam as a result.
    • Keep liquids away from keypad. Liquids can damage the keypad.

     

    IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY ISSUES WITH YOUR LOCK, CHANGE YOUR BATTERIES FIRST BEFORE CONTACTING TECHNICAL SUPPORT

     

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