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Safes with this Lock:

  1. Mesa MFS100E 2 Hour Fire Safe
  2. Mesa MFS120E 2 Hour Fire Safe
  3. Mesa MFS140E 2 Hour Fire Safe
  4. Mesa MFS160E 2 Hour Fire Safe
  5. Mesa MFS170DDE 2 Hour Fire Safe
  6. Mesa MFS170E 2 Hour Fire Safe

 

MSL-MFS1

 

IMPORTANT:

  • To ensure the safety of your belongings, you MUST change the factory set Default Code to your own unique code¬†immediately!

     

    FEATURES:

    5 Code Capacity

      • Users : Master, User¬†1, User¬†2, User¬†3¬†& User¬†4

      LCD Display

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

      Lock-Out Mode

      • If 3 incorrect codes are entered in a row, the Lock-out Mode will trigger for a period of¬†3 minutes.

      Viewing Log

      • Allows you to view how the safe was accessed by which user, how many times & if each entry was successful or not

      Manager Key [Handle Lock]

      • For locking the safe handle. Keypad will still work, however the safe cannot be opened
      • Safe includes¬†2 Manager Keys

       

      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

      • Slide the battery cover off the right hand side of the lock face
      • Insert¬†4AA batteries¬†into the battery compartment & replace cover
        You will hear a 'Beep' once the batteries are properly installed
      • Enter:¬†*-Default Code-#
        [* = Start Button; # = End Button; see graph]
        Default Code: [factory set Code * - x - x - x - x - #]
      • If entered correctly, [[MATCH!]] will appear on the display.
        You will hear a slight 'Click' & have approximately 3 seconds to open the door
      • Pull handle downward to open the door
        • If a¬†wrong¬†code is entered, lock will¬†'Beep'¬†2 times¬†& [[ERROR]] will display

       

      NOTE:

      • Make sure the¬†handle lock¬†is in the¬†unlocked¬†position

         

        Lock-Out Mode

        • If a wrong code is entered¬†3 times consecutively, the lock will go into¬†Lock-Out Mode¬†for¬†3 minutes
          [[WAIT]] will display & 'Beep' every couple seconds for the duration of this period.

        NOTE:

        • During¬†Lock-Out Mode¬†you will not be able to insert any codes. If you attempt to remove the batteries & reinsert them, the¬†Lock-Out Mode¬†time will¬†reset.

        Changing the Master Code

        Always perform this operation with the door open!Test the new code several times before closing the door

        • Press the¬†Reset¬†button
          [Located inside the door panel; black button on back of door]
        • [[NEW_PW]] will display along with a¬†'Beep'
        • Input :¬†New Code-#
          You will have approximately 10 seconds to enter your new code [1-8 digits]
        • [[NEW_PW]] will display &¬†'Beep'¬†3 times

           

          IMPORTANT:

          • To ensure the safety of your belongings, you MUST change the factory set Default Code to your own unique code¬†immediately!

             

            Adding & Changing Additional User Codes
            You must know the Master Code to set additional User Codes.

            • Input:¬†*-#
              [[MASTER_PW]] will display
            • Input:¬†Master Code-#
              [[0_EXIT]] will display
            • Input:¬†1
              [[C-NO:]] will display
            • Input:¬†User Number¬†you would like to change or set
              • 2¬†=¬†User 2;¬†3¬†=¬†User 3;¬†4¬†=¬†User 4;¬†5¬†=¬†User 5
              • [[NEW_PW:]] will display
            • Input:¬†New Code¬†for that¬†User¬†[1-8 digits]
            • Input:¬†#
              [[SUCCESS!]] will display if entered correctly
              • Example:¬†*-#-x-x-x-x-#-1-2-1-2-3-4-#-1-2-3-4-#
              • If at any step you get a [[FAILURE]] or any errors, you must begin from¬†Step 1¬†again

              Deleting User Codes
              You must know the Master Code to delete User Codes.

              • Input:¬†*-#
                [[MASTER_PW]] will display
              • Input:¬†Master Code-#
                [[0_EXIT]] will display
              • Input:¬†2
                [[D-NO:]] will display
              • Input:¬†User Number¬†you would like to delete
                • 2¬†=¬†User 2;¬†3¬†=¬†User 3;¬†4¬†=¬†User 4;¬†5¬†=¬†User 5
                • [[1=YES OR 0=NO]] will display
              • Input:¬†1
                [[SUCCESS!]] will display if entered correctly
                • Example:¬†*-#-x-x-x-x-#-2-2-1
                • If you change your mind & decide not to delete the selected¬†User Code,¬†press 0¬†instead of¬†1¬†& the precedure will cancel [as it appears on display: [[...0=NO]]]

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              Changing the Display Mode
              You must know the Master Code to delete Display Mode.

              • Input:¬†*-#
                [[MASTER_PW]] will display
              • Input:¬†Master Code-#
                [[0_EXIT]] will display
              • Input:¬†7
                [[DISPLAY MODE]] will display
              • If the¬†Display Mode¬†is changed successfully, all digits will now appear as¬†asterisks¬†[*] instead of digits
              • To change the¬†Display Mode¬†back, repeat¬†Steps 1-4
              • Example :¬†*-#-x-x-x-x-#-7

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              Viewing the Log

              You must know the Master Code to view the Log.

              • Input:¬†*-#
                [[MASTER_PW]] will display
              • Input:¬†Master Code-#
                [[0_EXIT]] will display
              • Input:¬†8
                Several digits will appear on the display
              • Input:¬†#¬†to scroll from page to page
              • Each¬†page¬†is¬†one full screen
              • Example :¬†*-#-x-x-x-x-#-8-#...

                 

                Key to Identifying the Log

                  • If number¬†1-5¬†appears on the display, the safe was opened successfully using the¬†User 1 Code¬†[the¬†Master Code], & so forth
                  • If¬†A-E¬†is shown on the display, a¬†User Password¬†was changed
                    [A = Master Code; B = User 2 Code, & so on through the letter E]
                  • If¬†B-E¬†is shown on the display,¬†User 2-5¬†was deleted
                  • If¬†0¬†is shown on the display, the safe was opened with the¬†Factory Code
                  • If¬†X¬†is shown on the display,¬†3 wrong codes¬†were entered & the safe went into¬†Lock-Out Mode

                     

                    Deleting the Log
                    You must know the Master Code to delete the Log.

                    • Input:¬†*-#
                      [[MASTER_PW]] will display
                    • Input:¬†Master Code-#
                      [[0_EXIT]] will display
                    • Input:¬†9
                      [[1=YES OR 0=NO]] will display
                    • Input:¬†1
                      [[SUCCESS!]] will display
                      • Example :¬†*-#-x-x-x-x-#-9-1
                      • If you change your mind & decide not to delete the¬†Log,¬†press 0¬†instead of¬†1¬†& the procedure will cancel
                        [as it appears on display: [[...0=NO]]]

                     

                    Quick-Reference Key

                    • Adding & Changing Additional User Codes:¬†*-#-MASTER CODE-#-1
                    • Deleting User Codes:¬†*-#-MASTER CODE-#-2
                    • Changing the Display Mode:¬†*-#-MASTER CODE-#-7
                    • Viewing the Log:¬†*-#-MASTER CODE-#-8
                    • Deleting the Log:¬†*-#-MASTER CODE-#-9

                     

                    CAUTION: Fire Safe Content Storage
                    A fire safe contains insulation material, which may cause humidity to be present when closed for extended periods of time. It is recommended that the safe is opened on a regular basis and interior allowed to air out. It is also recommended that safe contents sensitive to moisture be kept in a sealed container. [i.e., zip-lock bag, etc.]


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                    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.
                    • The safe door is removable. The remove door, unlock the safe, open the door & lift the door up. Do not lose the hinge pins - they may slide out of the hinge when removing the door. If they happen to slide out, you can easily insert them back into the hinge.

                     

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