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Safes with this Lock:
  1. Mesa MF75E-BLK UL Classified Fire Safe

 

MSL-MF2

 

IMPORTANT:

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

 

FEATURES:

2 Code Capacity

  • User 1 Code:¬†Factory Set
  • User 2 Code:¬†Factory Set
    Please see your user manual for the factory set User Codes or contact Tech Support.

LCD Display

  • Large, easy to ready illuminated display
  • Set Date & Time
  • View Battery Life

Wrong Code Alarm

  • If three incorrect entries are entered in a row, the alarm will trigger for a period of¬†1 minute.

Tamper Alarm

  • You may set a¬†Tamper Alarm. This alarm will sound if the safe is hit/attacked.
  • The alarm will sound for a period of¬†1 minute.

Low Battery Alert

  • Battery level indicator on display reveals¬†1 Bar
  • If¬†Lo-BATTE¬†appears on display after entering a code

View Open Door Records

  • Allows you to view the date & time the safe was accessed & by which user

Emergency Key

  • Safe includes¬†2 Emergency Keys
  • Useful when the batteries die or your lose your code

Safe Detent

  • Prevents the door from being closed with the locking bolts in the locked position, avoiding damage to the locking bolts.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Always Perform this operation with the door open

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

 

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Quick Start

  • Insert¬†4AA batteries¬†into the¬†External Power Pack
  • Plug the¬†External Power Pack¬†into the¬†External Power Jack
  • Allow the lock to power up: [[ALREADY]] will appear
  • Enter: [factory set User Code 1: # - x - x - x - x - #]¬†or
  • [factory set User Code 2: # - x - x - x - x - x - x - #]
  • You will hear a¬†'Click'¬†to indicate that the safe is unlocked
  • Turn the handle¬†clockwise¬†within¬†5 seconds¬†of unlocking to open the door
  • Insert¬†4AA batteries¬†in the battery compartment [located on inside/back of door]
  • To lock safe, close door & turn the handle back to the locked position

 

IMPORTANT:

  • Always make sure your safe is locked before walking away!
  • If you accidently enter a wrong number, press¬†*¬†to delete it
  • Valid Code¬†: LCD will display [[OPEN]]
  • Invalid Code¬†: LCD will display [[Error]]

Wrong Code Alarm

  • Enter¬†3 wrong codes¬†& this will trigger the¬†Wrong Code Alarm
  • To turn the alarm off immediately, you must enter a valid code
    Example: x-x-x-x-#
  • If a valid code is not entered, the alarm will sound for¬†1 minute¬†after the last wrong code was entered

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Emergency Key
If the batteries die or you lose your code, use the emergency keys
[2 keys are included with your safe]

  • Insert a pin or similar item into the¬†Access Hole
    [Located on the bottom edge of keypad]
  • Gently push the pin¬†up¬†to release the emergency key cover
  • The emergency cover will loosen so you can remove it
  • Insert the emergency key & turn in¬†counter-clockwise
  • Turn the handle to open door
    If the cover does not re-attach easily it may be upside down

NOTE:

  • If you happen to misplace your emergency keys or need to order extra keys, contact¬†our Support Team

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    Time to Change the Batteries

    • If the battery level indicator on the display only reveals¬†1 bar
    • If you enter your code & the LCD screen displays [[LoBATTE]]
    • If you enter your code & [[OPEN]] displays but the safe does¬†not¬†open
    • If the keypad has no sign of life

    IMPORTANT:

    • If the batteries die or are too low to unlock your safe, use your¬†External Power Pack¬†or¬†Emergency Key¬†to open the safe & change your batteries

    User Codes

    • This lock is equipped with¬†2 User Codes
    • User 1¬†Code is factory set
    • User 2¬†Code is factory set
      Please see your user manual for the factory set User Codes or contact our Support Team

     

    IMPORTANT:

    • Because the codes are factory set, we highly recommend changing both codes to your own unique codes immediately!
    • When viewing Open Door Records, [[PASS]] will display for¬†User 1¬†& [[PASS2]] will display for¬†User 2

     

    Unlocking the Safe

    1. Input: #
      The display will turn amber & [[--------]] will display
    2. Input: Code-#
      You will hear a 'Click', the display will turn blue & [[OPEN]] will display
      Example: x-x-x-x-#
      Valid Code: LCD will display [[OPEN]]
      Invalid Code: LCD will display [[Error]]

    Locking the Safe

    • If the handle/locking bolts are still in the unlocked position, close the door & turn the handle back to the locked position
    • If the door is open & the handle/locking bolts are in the locked position, follow steps¬†1-3 under¬†Unlocking the Safe; close the door & turn the handle back to the locked position

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    The Detent
    The detent prevents the door from being closed with the locking bolts in the locked postion, avoiding any damage to the locking bolts

    1. When you unlock your safe & open the door, the locking bolts are held in the unlocked position by the safe's detent
    2. To releas the locking bolts, push the detent rod in & turn the handle to the locked position

    Changing Your Code
    Always perform this operation with the door open!

    • Input:¬†#
      The display will turn amber & [[--------]] will display
    • Input:¬†- #
      You will hear a 'Click', the display will turn blue & [[OPEN]] will display
    • While the display is still¬†blue, Input:¬†*
      [[--------]] will display
    • Input:¬†New Code-#¬†[New Code can be 1-8 digits]
      [[INTO]] will displahy
    • Your new code has now been set
      Example: #-1-2-3-4-#-*-#-4-3-2-1-# [Code was 1234, New Code is now 4321]
      If your accidently enter a wrong number, press * to delete it

    NOTE:

    • Test your new code out several times before closing the door & locking the safe

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    Reset Button
    This is used to reset both User Codes back to their factory settings

    • Locate the¬†red button¬†on the back panel of the safe door
    • Press the¬†red button. The display will turn¬†amber¬†& [[CLEAR]] will appear
    • Both User Codes have now been reset to factory settings
      Test the codes to make sure they have been reset back to the factory settings before closing the door & locking the safe

    Concealing Your Code

    • If your do not want your code to show on the LCD display, Input :¬†#-*-Code-#
      Example : #-*-1-2-3-4-#
      The screen will display [[oooo----]] instead of [[1234----]]
    • You will have to do this every time you want your code concealed

      Tamper Alarm

      • You may set a¬†Tamper Alarm¬†that will sound if the safe is hit/attacked
      • Input:¬†0, [[BELL ON]] will display. The Tamper Alarm is now set
      • If the¬†Tamper Alarm¬†is triggered, enter a valid code to turn off the alarm
      • If wrong codes are being entered, the alarm will turn off¬†1 minute¬†after the last wrong code is entered
      • Once the alarm has been triggered or a valid code has been entered to unlock the safe, you will have to reset the¬†Tamper Alarm

       

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      Setting the Date & Time

      • The date format on the display is¬†year / month / date
      • The time format is¬†Military¬†Time
      • The week is the Day of the Week:¬†1 represents Monday, 2 Tuesday, etc.
      • You will have¬†6 seconds¬†to make an entry between fields or the operation will be completed
      • Input:¬†*
        The display will turn amber & the Year field will blink
        • Input:¬†0¬†or¬†8¬†to change the¬†Year. Input¬†0¬†to¬†descend,¬†8¬†to¬†ascend.
      • Input:¬†#
        Display is still amber & the Month feild will blink
        • Input :¬†0¬†or¬†8¬†to change the¬†Month.
      • Input¬†¬†#
        Display is still amber & the Date feild will blink
        • Input :¬†0¬†or¬†8¬†to change the¬†Date.
        • Input :¬†#
          Display is still amber & the Hour feild will blink
          • Input :¬†0¬†or¬†8¬†to change the¬†Hour.
        • Input:¬†#
          Display is still amber & the Minute feild will blink
          • Input :¬†0¬†or¬†8¬†to change the¬†Minute.
        • Input:¬†#
          Display is still amber & the Week feild will blink
          • Input :¬†0¬†or¬†8¬†to change the¬†Day of the Week.

         

        View Open Door Records


        This function allows you to view the date & time the safe was accessed & which User accessed the safe


        [[PASS]] is User 1, [[PASS2]] is User 2


        You can view the last 14 valid entries, starting with the most recent entry

        • Input:¬†#
          The display will turn amber & [[--------]] will display
        • Input:¬†Code-#
          You will hear a 'Click', the display will turn blue & [[OPEN]] will display
        • As soon as [[OPEN]] disappears while the display is still¬†blue, enter¬†0
        • The display will first show the date then the time the safe was accessed followed by the User [[PASS1]] or [[PASS2]]
        • To view the next opening record, Input :¬†0¬†while [[PASS1]] or [[PASS2]] is displayed

         

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