AMSEC ESL5XL

AMSEC ESL5XL
important Operating
instructions and Warranty
information for Your new
aMsec safe
MODELS:
TF5517E5 and DV Series Gun Safes with ESL5
Electronic Lock
read contents carefully for
trouble-free Operation of Your
safe
Dear Valued Customer,
Congratulations on your purchase of the finest safe from American
Security Products Company.
You’ve taken an important step in organizing and protecting your
most valued possessions. Every AMSEC safe is professionally handcrafted and designed to provide a lifetime of trouble-free
performance.
AMSEC offers the industry’s finest warranty backed by a nationwide
network of highly skilled authorized dealers, providing prompt,
courteous, and professional service. We suggest that you read the
Limited Warranty thoroughly, and invite you to contact your
authorized AMSEC dealer or AMSEC’s Service Department if you
have any questions.
Please also take the time to read and familiarize yourself with the
proper operating procedures of your new safe presented on the
following pages.
Again, Congratulations and Thank You for selecting AMSEC!
aMerican securitY
prODucts
cOMpanY
11925
Pacific Ave
Fontana, CA 92337
951-685-9680
Visit us on the web at:
www.amsecusa.com
Each AMSEC safe is professionally hand-crafted with quality materials and is equipped with a precision-quality,
high-security combination lock. To become familiar with the lock, operate the lock (as outlined below) several
times before closing the door and locking the safe.
Operating instructiOns fOr the esL5 eLectrOnic safe LOck
Your AMSEC ESL5 Electronic Safe Lock has a Factory Combination of c-1-2-3-4-5-6-#
To open the lock, simply press the “C” key to clear and wake up the electronics. Now press the keys of the
combination one at a time and finish with the “#” key. If the combination keyed is correct, the lock will cycle
open for three (3) seconds. During this 3 second period, turn the handle of the safe to the unlocked position
and pull the door open.
You may change your combination any time you like, and as many times as you like. Once your safe is
installed, you must change the combination to a number sequence other than the Factory Combination of 1-23-4-5-6 to insure the safety of your valuables.
here are a few things to remember:
a. With each keystroke the keypad lights will flash off and a chirp will be heard, unless Stealth Mode is on,
then no sounds are emitted during lock opening.
b. If 4 (four) incorrect combinations are entered, the lock will go into a “Penalty Lockout” for 15 minutes to
prevent trial and error manipulation attempts at opening the lock. The keypad will flash once every 5
seconds during the penalty period. If you press any key during the lockout period, the keypad will flash
with a chirp 8 times rapidly to indicate the lockout condition.
c. Before keying the combination, be sure that the handle of the safe is in the fully locked position to allow
the lock to open freely.
d. If the lock fails to open or acts strange, replace the battery with a good quality fresh 9 volt alkaline battery.
To replace the battery, simply turn the keypad housing counter-clockwise to the stop and pull it away from
the base. Un-snap the old battery and clip on the new one. Position the battery it in the pocket of the
housing and replace the keypad, watching that the wires fold neatly inside and are not pinched. You should
replace your battery once a year to prevent corrosion damage from leakage.
e. During the input sequence, if you make a mistake, you can press “C” to clear the previous input and start over
again.
f. The ESL5 uses a fixed length 6 (six) digit combination.
g. Use only your fingers to key the combination. Sharp objects will result in damage which is not
covered by warranty.
h. If at any time during opening, or combination changing, the unit is left without input for 10 (ten)
seconds, it returns to a resting condition. If this occurs during a combination change, the Old
Combination is retained.
i. At any time during opening or combination changing the unit will register the first 5 digits of the
combination into the “buffer” that receives input. The 6th digit will be the last numeric key pressed. For
example, if your press c-1-2-3-4-5-7-4-5-2-7-6-# the program recognizes only the C-1-2-3-4-5-6-# input.
The last numeric key pressed continues to replace the one prior until the “#” key is pressed to indicate
completion. This is a security feature that allows you to baffle an on-looker that may be trying to
memorize your combination.
Quiet Mode –silent Operation
The ESL5 Lock provides a Stealth Mode you can program so the Beeper remains silent during normal lock
opening operation. To turn Stealth Mode ON (silent) or OFF (beeping):
On: Press C-# (short warble tone), then 8-0-# (short warble), then 1-# (long warble).
Off: Press C-# (short warble tone), then 8-0-# (short warble), then 0-# (long warble).
combination changing instructions for the esL5 electronic safe Lock
-- cautiOn -combination changes should always be done with the door locked
Open.
to change the combination, do the following:
a. Press the keys “C” and then “#”. The unit responds with a short warbling tone (called the “good combo
tone”) and the keypad lamps strobe with the tone.
b. Now key in the old 6 digit combination. The “C” key may be used to clear an error in keying at any time.
Finish the input with a “#” key.
1. If the old combination keyed matches the existing combination in permanent memory, another short
good combo tone is sounded. Proceed to “c.”
2. If the combination keyed is incorrect, the unit responds with 4 short beeps (called the bad combo
tone) and returns to rest. The combination change routine is aborted and the old combination is
retained. This also causes a count up for Penalty Lockout.
c. Now key the first pass with the New 6 digit combination followed by a “#” key. Again, the “C” key may be
used to clear an error in keying at any time.
1. If the combination input is 6 digits in length, another short good combo tone is sounded. Proceed to “d.”
2. If the combination keyed is not 6 digits long, the unit responds with 4 short beeps (bad combo
tone) and returns to rest. The combination change routine is aborted and the old combination is
retained.
d. Now key the second (verify) pass with the New 6 digit combination followed by a “#” key. As before, the
“C” key may be used to clear an error in keying at any time.
1. If the combination input matched the first pass, a long good combo tone is sounded. The new
combination replaces the old combination in permanent memory and the unit returns to a resting
condition. Proceed to “e.”
2. If the combination keyed does not match the first pass, the unit responds with the bad combo
tone and returns to rest. The combination change routine is aborted and the old combination is
retained.
e. test your new combination several times prior to closing and locking the safe.
Operating instructiOns fOr the DV652 safe DOOr
Before operating the DV652 safe for the first time, remove the two (2) tray clamping socket head cap screws
located in the back of the safe. These screws can be removed using the supplied hex L key (Allen wrench).
After following the operating instructions for the ESL5 lock, (operating instructions 4305296), move the vault
door operating lever (located above the digital lock) to the right to release and drop the vault door down. The
sliding drawer can now be extended out of the vault.
After returning the sliding drawer back into the vault, the vault door can now be returned to the closed position.
While holding the door in the closed position, move the operating lever to the left to relock the vault.
DV652 instaLLatiOn instructiOns
anchOr kit (part #1825075)
Your Defense Vault has been furnished with anchor holes and the necessary hardware to secure to the floor
using this prescribed method.
Use the supplied hardware listed and drill the appropriate hole size and depth for the bolt size supplied.
item no.
1
2
Qty
4
4
part no.
2665005
244-0001
Description
3/8” Lag Expansion
Shield
3/8” x 1-½” long Lag
Bolt
cOncrete fLOOr instructiOns:
1. Place the Defense Vault in the desired location.
2. Open the Vault door, and extend the roll-out drawer.
3. Remove the hole plugs on the top of the vault and using a pencil, trace the holes in the bottom of the vault to
mark the hole locations.
4. Move the Defense Vault and drill (4) ½” diameter x 2” deep holes.
5. Clean the holes and drop (1) Lag Expansion Shield into each hole.
6. Place the Defense Vault back over the holes, insert the Lag Bolts and tighten down the bolts.
WOOD fLOOr instructiOns:
1. Place the Defense Vault in the desired location.
2. Open the Vault door, and extend the roll-out drawer
3. Remove the hole plugs on the top of the vault and using a pencil, trace the holes in the bottom of the vault to
mark the hole locations.
4. Move the Defense Vault and drill (4) 9/32” diameter x 1-3/4 deep holes.
5. Place the Defense Vault back over the holes, insert the Lag Bolts and tighten down the bolts.
Limited product Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY—SECURITY SAFES & ELECTRONIC
PRODUCTS
product category
Duration of Warranty
(Beginning from date of original consumer purchase / Proof of purchase necessary)
All Safes and related components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Year Parts &
Labor Electronic Locks and related components . . . . . . . . . . 1 Year
Parts & Labor
What is covered and what is not covered:
This warranty covers all defects in materials or workmanship in this product, but DOES NOT COVER:
(1)
Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from:
a.
Accident, negligence, misuse, abuse, improper installation, failure to perform normal
maintenance or operation to follow instructions labeled on or provided in the safe.
b.
Any damage incurred in shipment. (Claims must be presented to the carrier)
c.
Repair or attempted repair by anyone other than a pre-authorized AMSEC service dealer.
(2)
Any unit which has been altered or on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
(3)
Normal wear, battery replacement or any periodic maintenance.
Who may enforce the warranty:
This warranty is only enforceable by the original purchaser.
What we will pay for and what you must pay for:
AMSEC will repair or replace units covered by this warranty, without charge to the consumer for labor and
materials. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INSTALLATION OR REMOVAL CHARGES AND FOR ANY
SHIPPING CHARGES. State
sales tax does not apply to warranty service work and will not be honored. If safe components must be
shipped for warranty service, AMSEC will pay the shipping charges to any destination within the USA if the
repairs are covered by the warranty. Defective parts must be returned (not repaired unless instructed) to
AMSEC. If parts are not returned, the warranty invoice will be denied.
how you can get warranty service:
(1)
If your AMSEC safe requires service, contact your local authorized AMSEC dealer and the dealer will
advise you of the procedures to be followed. If this is not practical, contact the AMSEC Service
Department at the address on front cover, or call 951-685-9680, ex. #1036.
(2)
All warranty service must have prior authorization, accompanied by proof of purchase as evidence of
warranty coverage. A warranty authorization number must be obtained from AMSEC before any
service work is performed. The serial number, description of product and description of problem must
be supplied to AMSEC to determine warranty status before an authorization number will be assigned.
Issuance of the authorization number recognizes only the existence of the problem and does not
constitute an admission of liability by AMSEC. Only approved service representatives will be authorized
to perform warranty service. Any service performed prior to issuance of a warranty authorization
number will be subject to denial.
Limitation of implied Warranties:
Any implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are
limited in duration to the length of this warranty.
exclusions of Damages:
AMSEC’s liability for any defective products is limited to repair or replacement of the product, at our option.
AMSEC shall not be liable for damages based upon inconvenience, loss of use, damage or loss of
contents, or any other damages whether incidental, consequential or otherwise.
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 documents sensitive to moisture be kept in a sealed container, I.E Ziplock® or
Tupperware®.
Maintenance
standard textured finish: Your safe is provided with a durable paint that may be easily cleaned with a mild
detergent and a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive scouring pads or any chemical fluids, which may react and
damage the finish.
hi-gloss finish: This finish is a two-stage paint, which is the same used in the automotive industry. Use a
damp cloth with mild detergent if needed. A good grade of automotive wax is recommended if the finish
appears dull. Do not use abrasive scouring pads or any chemical fluids, which may react and damage the
finish.
Door Operating Mechanism: The handle of the safe moves mechanical parts inside the door. After a period
of use, if difficulty is experienced in operation, please contact a qualified locksmith for service.
Door hinges: If the door becomes hard to open or emits noise, the hinges may need lubrication. Please
contact a qualified locksmith for service.
caution: AMSEC assumes no liability for finish damage due to the incorrect use of caustic lubricants.
DaMage cLaiMs
freight Damage: All safes are carefully packed for shipment. The manufacturer’s liability ceases when the
transportation carrier accepts the shipment in good condition. The carrier’s liability ceases when you sign for
the merchandise. inspect YOur shipMent BefOre signing the DeLiVerY receipt. Although unlikely,
if damage occurs you have the option of refusing the shipment or negotiating a settlement with the carrier.
To negotiate a settlement follow these steps:
1. Note the extent of the damage on the freight bill and sign your name.
2. Save all cartons and packaging materials.
3. Call the freight carrier immediately and request a damage inspection claim.
aLL cLaiMs:
1. Contact your dealer immediately.
2. Claims must be filed within 15 days.
3. Claims must be accompanied by proof of purchase receipt and photographs.
4. In the event of replacement, the safe must be returned to the dealer/factory in the original packaging.
purchase recOrD
Model
#:
serial #:
Date
of
purchase:
purchased from:
company:
address:
city
state
Zip code
telephone #:
email address:
Website:
recOrD YOur cOMBinatiOn
here
(stOre in a safe pLace)
personal
combination:
One
two
three
fou
r
fiv
e
si
x
If you would like us to send AMSEC Safe information to a friend or if you
have any questions concerning our complete line of security products,
please send your request to:
aMerican securitY
prODucts
cOMpanY
11925
Pacific Ave
Fontana, CA 92337
Visit us on the web at:
www.amsecusa.com
Part #4305303
Revised 04/12
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