Instructions / Assembly

Instructions / Assembly
ENGLISH
Installation & Operation Guide
Digital Deadbolt
Model DDBKP
Read this manual carefully before installing and operating!
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Index
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Package Contents / Tools Required.......................................................... Page 1
Prepare Door and Jamb............................................................................. Page 2
Adjusting Deadbolt Latch Set.................................................................. Page 3
Installing Deadbolt Latch Set..................................................................... Page 4
Installing Exterior Assembly........................................................................Page 5
Installing Interior Assembly........................................................................ Page 6-8
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Digital Keypad Overview............................................................................. Page 9
Locking and Unlocking / Changing Programming Code /
Adding User Codes...................................................................................... Page 10
Deleting User Codes / Automatic Lock Function /
Sound On and Off........................................................................................ Page 11
Secure Lock-out Period / Restore Factory Settings /
Low Battery Warning / Consumer Friendly Message Guide.................... Page 12
Installation Trouble Shooting............................................................... Page 13
Customer Service........................................................................................ Page 14
Template....................................................................................................... Page 15-16
Programming Record.................................................................................. Page 17
Limited Warranty................................................................................. Back
Cover
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Package Contents
Entry keys (2 ea.)
Deadbolt Latch Set (Adjustable)
2-3/8” (60mm) to 2-3/4” (70mm)
Mounting Plate
Interior Assembly
Exterior Assembly
5/16” (8mm) Screws - 2 ea.
1” (25mm) Screws - 2 ea.
3/4” (19mm) Screws - 5 ea.
1-3/8” (35mm) Screws - 1 ea.
Deadbolt Strike Plate
Tools Required
Tools Required for Installation
on Pre-drilled Doors:
• Phillips Screwdriver
Tools Required for Installation
on Doors That Require Drilling:
• Drill
• Tape Measure
• Pencil
• 2-1/8” (54mm) Drill Hole Saw
• 1” (25mm) Drill
• 1/16” (2mm) Drill
• Chisel
• Hammer
• Phillips Screwdriver
DO NOT RETURN TO STORE! If any parts are missing or damaged,
please call Customer Service toll free at 1-877-354-5457 (M-F 7am – 5pm PST)
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ADJUSTABLE DEADBOLT LATCH SET
NOTE: Deadbolt Latch Set is shipped with the backset set at 2-3/8” (60mm)
Measure the backset (backset is distance between edge of the door and the
center of Lock).
1. TO CONVERT FROM 2-3/8” (60mm) BACKSET TO 2-3/4” (70mm) BACKSET
a. Hold latch with numbers facing forward and thumb pressing on the bolt (Figure 1a).
b. Rotate the cylinder cover clockwise (Figure 1b).
c. Pull and twist the extension plate all the way out (Figure 1c).
d. Rotate the cylinder cover counter clockwise so that the marking aligns with
the 2-3/4” (70mm) position indicator (Figure 1d).
NOTE: Do not extend Cylindrical Cover past 2-3/4” (70mm)
Figure 1a
Figure 1b
2-3/8”
(60mm)
Cylindrical cover
Extension plate
2-3/4”
(70mm)
Figure 1c
Your latch is now set
2-3/4” (70mm) backset
2-3/8”
(60mm)
Figure 1d
2. TO CONVERT FROM 2-3/4” (70mm) BACKSET TO 2-3/8” (60mm) BACKSET
a. Hold latch with numbers facing forward and thumb pressing on the bolt (Figure 2a).
b. Rotate the cylinder cover clockwise (Figure 2b).
c. Push and twist the extension plate all the way in (Figure 2c).
d. Rotate the cylinder cover counter clockwise so that the marking aligns with
the 2-3/8” (60mm) position indicator (Figure 2d).
Figure 2a
Figure 2b
2-3/4”
(70mm)
Cylindrical cover
Figure 2c
Your latch is now set
2-3/8” (60mm) backset
2-3/8”
(60mm)
Extension plate
Figure 2d
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PREPARE DOOR AND JAMB
NOTE: For installation on doors with pre-drilled holes skip to page 4.
1. TEMPLATE
a. Cut out template printed on page 15 of this Manual
(Figure 1a).
b. Fold template and place on door 36” (925mm) from
the ground as marked (Figure 1b).
2. MARK THE DOOR FOR DRILLING
b. Mark center hole on door edge through guide on
template for 1” (25mm) latch bolt (Figure 2a).
a. Mark center hole on door face through guide on
template for 2-3/8” (60mm) or 2-3/4” (70mm)
backset (Figure 2b).
3. DRILL AND CHISEL DOOR
a. Drill 2-1/8” (54mm) hole through door face as marked
for lock set (Figure 3a).
b. Drill 1” (25mm) hole in center of door edge for
Deadbolt Latch Assembly (Figure 3b).
c. Insert Deadbolt Latch Assembly in hole keeping it
parallel to face of door. Mark outline and remove latch
(Figure 3c).
d. Chisel 1/8” (3mm) deep or until latch face is flush
with door edge (Figure 3d).
Figure 1a
Figure 1b
Figure 2a
Figure 2b
Figure 3a
Figure 3b
UP
Figure 3c
Figure 3d
NOTE: For Drive in Latch, drill hole size indicated on template and press
until it is flush with door edge.
4. MARK AND DRILL DOOR JAMB
a. Mark center hole on edge of jamb even with the center of the Latch Bolt on door edge. (Figure 4a).
b. Drill 1” (25mm) hole 1-3/16” (30mm) deep in door jamb on center mark (Figure 4b).
c. Outline outside edges of Strike Plate (Figure 4c).
d. Chisel 1/8” (3mm) deep for Strike Plate or until flush (Figure 4d).
e. Install Strike Plate using two 3/4” (19mm). screws provided (Figure 4e).
Figure 4a
Figure 4b
Figure4c
Figure 4d
Figure 4e
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INSTALLING DEADBOLT LATCH SET
1. INSTALLING THE DEADBOLT LATCH SET (need phillips head screwdriver)
a. Insert Deadbolt Latch Set into door edge hole with the word
“UP” and the arrow on the extension plate facing UP. Cross
shaped spindle connector will be at the bottom of the Deadbolt
Latch Set (Figure 1a).
b. Make sure the face plate sits flush with the door. Do not force
the latch into the mortise flush. Chisel out excess material if
Figure 1a
necessary for a flush fit.
c. Using two 3/4” (19mm). screws provided, screw the latch into the
door with a hand held screwdriver. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
NOTE: Deadbolt Latch must be retracted when installing
Deadbolt Latch Retracted
Deadbolt Latch Extended
2. IDENTIFYING YOUR DOOR HANDING
Stand outside the door
a. If the hinges are on the left your door is Left Handed (Figure 2a).
b. If the hinges are on the right your door is Right Handed (Figure 2b).
OUT SWING DOOR
IN SWING DOOR
Left Handed Door
Right Handed Door
Left Handed Door
Right Handed Door
Hinges are on the left side
Hinges are on the right side
Hinges are on the left side
Hinges are on the right side
Figure 2a
Figure 2b
NOTE: You are standing outside the door
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INSTALLING EXTERIOR ASSEMBLY
1. INSTALLING THE EXTERIOR ASSEMBLY
Work with the Door Open for easy access.
a. Unpack the Exterior Assembly. Use care to not scratch the green circuit board during handling and installation.
b. Check that the Rubber Gasket is properly seated on the Exterior Assembly (Figure 1a).
c. Insert the Exterior Assembly onto the door with the tailpiece going through the Deadbolt Latch Set cross shaped spindle connector in the VERTICAL POSITION.
Route the Control Wire through the door over the Deadbolt Latch Set (Figure 1b).
Rubber
Gasket
Control
Wire
Latch
Hole
NOTE: Tailpiece must be
positioned vertically
Tailpiece
(Vertical)
Figure 1a
Figure 1b
2. SECURING THE EXTERIOR ASSEMBLY TO THE DOOR
Mounting Plate
3/4” (19mm) screw
a. From the side marked “This side against
(Optional Installation)
door”, route the Control Wire through the
Control Wire
rectangular slot in the Mounting Plate
(Figure 2a).
b. Place Mounting Plate against door with tailpiece passing
1” (25mm) screws
through the center hole in the three hole set (Figure 2b).
c. Secure the Mounting Plate to the Exterior Assembly using
Right handed door view
Figure 2a-2f
two 1” (25mm) Screws (Figure 2c).
d. Hand tighten with a Phillips Screwdriver leaving loosely connected (Figure 2d).
e. Check that the Rubber Gasket is properly aligned and correct as necessary (Figure 2e).
f. Check vertical alignment of the lock (Figure 2f).
g. Tighten securely with a hand held Phillips Screwdriver. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN
3. OPTIONAL INSTALLATION
a. Using a 1/16” (2mm) drill bit, drill a pilot hole in your door using the
Mounting Plate upper hole as a guide (Figure 3a).
b. Insert one 3/4” (19mm) screw and tighten.
Figure 3a
NOTE: Lock and unlock using the key to see if
the Deadbolt Latch is opening and closing easily.
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INSTALLING INTERIOR ASSEMBLY
Unpack the Interior Assembly. Remove the battery cover by sliding the cover upward. Locate the
screws holding the Mounting Plate to the Interior Assembly. Remove the screws to release the
Mounting Plate from the Interior Assembly.
1. SET THE ENTRY SWITCH FOR LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED DOOR
a. Gently move the switch to “L” for Left Handed Door (Figure 1a).
b. Gently move the Switch to “R” for Right Handed Door (Figure 1b).
Entry Switch
(Left or Right)
Figure 1a-1b
2. SET THE INTERIOR KNOB POSITION FOR LEFT OR RIGHT HAND HINGED DOORS
a. The Interior Knob goes in the Vertical position for Right Handed Doors (Figure 2a).
b. The Interior Knob goes in the Horizontal position for Left Handed Doors (Figure 2b).
NOTE: Make sure
deadbolt Latch
is retracted
Right Handed Door
(Vertical)
Left Handed Door
(Horizontal)
Figure 2a-2b
3. ATTACH THE CONTROL WIRE TO THE INTERIOR ASSEMBLY
a. Use care to attach the Control Wire male plug to the Interior Assembly female
socket connector.
b. Do not force the Control Wire male plug into the Interior Assembly female
socket connector.
c. The Control Wire male plug has two alignment tabs on the smooth side of the
plug which is the top of the plug.
d. The Control Wire male plug is inserted with the smooth side up into the Interior Assembly female socket connector.
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INSTALLING INTERIOR ASSEMBLY (CONT.)
4. ATTACH THE INTERIOR ASSEMBLY TO DOOR
a. Position the Interior Assembly over the tailpiece and push the Interior Assembly against the door (Figure 4a).
b. Using two 5/16” (8mm) screws and one 1-3/8” (35mm) screw, attach the Interior Assembly to the Mounting Plate. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN SCREWS
(Figure 4b).
5/16” (8mm) screws
1-3/8” (35mm) screw
Figure 4a-4b
NOTE: Lock and unlock using Interior Knob to see if the
latch is opening and closing easily.
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
Battery Cover
Interior Assembly
Strike Plate
Optional
3/4” (19mm)
screw
3/4” (19mm)
screws
Mounting Plate
5/16” (8mm)
screws
1” (25mm)
Screw
1-3/8” (35mm)
screws
Key
Latch
Exterior Assembly
Rubber Gasket
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INSTALLING INTERIOR ASSEMBLY (CONT.)
5. Installing Batteries
a. Insert 4 AA high quality Alkaline batteries into the Battery Compartment in the direction noted +/- on the Compartment. The Lock will beep 2 times, the key pad will illuminate blue, and the Honeywell button will flash green twice to signify that it has received power (Figure 5a).
NOTE: Do not touch the keypad until the blue light turns off.
Do not use rechargeable batteries or non-alkaline batteries.
b. Slide the Battery Cover down into the track on the Interior Assembly to cover the batteries (Figure 5b).
Light Indicator
Battery
Cover
Keypad
Interior
Knob
Override
Access Key
Exterior Assembly
Interior Assembly
Figure 5a-5b
6. Testing Lock
With the Door Open
a. Test the Lock using the interior Knob. The bolt should move smoothly.
b. Test the lock using the Keypad. To lock press and then press “ 1234” to unlock.
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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Exterior Assembly Overview Indicator light
Green
• Indicates Successful Programming Step
• Indicates Unlocking is Successful Red
• Indicates Failed Programming Step
• Indicates Locking is Successful
Lock button
Lock - Used to lock door
Clear - Used to clear wrong keypad entries
Unlock button
Unlock - Used to unlock door
Programming - Used in programming steps
Batteries (not included) Electronic lock requires (4) High Quality
AA Alkaline batteries. When all 4 batteries
are installed in the correct position, hear 2
beeps and the keypad will illuminate blue.
DO NOT TOUCH the keypad until the keypad
stops illuminating.
Programming Symbols
Lock / Clear
Unlock / Programming
PC Programming Code
UC User Code (4-8 digits)
ID User ID (01-50, 2 digits)
Factory Settings The lock comes factory preset with a:
PC Programming code - 123456
UC User code - 1234
ID User ID - 01
Please change the Programming
Code PC and the User Code UC
as soon as possible after installation
to insure security.
Programming Tips
5 Seconds - Complete all the programming steps in the programming mode within 5 seconds.
Clear - Use the key to clear entries in case a wrong button is pushed.
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Locking and Unlocking
TO UNLOCK THE LOCK
Using Keypad: Enter a valid User Code (default code is 1234) and press and hear
1 beep and lights green.
TO LOCK THE LOCK
Using Keypad: Press
and then hear 2 beeps and lights red.
Changing Programming Code
CHANGE CURRENT OR PRESET PROGRAMING CODE PC
PC
Factory default Programming Code =
123456, this is the master password for
your lock. All programming functions require this code. Follow the below sequence to
PC
change the Programming Code to
your custom 6 digit combination.
PC
4 new Re-enter
PC
PC
Hear 1 beep and Light Indicator illuminates green
Record New and Changed Codes on Programming Record located on Page 17
Adding User Codes
TO ADD A NEW USER CODE (you can add up to 50 new user codes)
UC
UC
The User Code must
be a 4-8 digit combination. Each User Code is
then linked
ID
to a User ID (which
is any number between 01-50) to identify an individual User
UC (User ID 1-9
ID
Code .
should be entered as 01-09 so they are 2 digits).
For example: to add the User ID - 08 to User Code - 5678, enter the following:
UC
ID
1 Re-enter
PC
123456 08 UC
5678 5678
Hear 1 beep and Light Indicator illuminates green
NOTE: When a NEW USER CODE is set, the default factory code (1234) is deleted
for safety.
Record New and Changed Codes on Programming Record located on Page 17
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Deleting User Codes
DELETE ONE EXISTING OR PRESET USER CODE
UC
ID
The unit comes with a factory User ID =
01 for User Code =
1234. UC
UC the lock must have more than 1 User Code IMPORTANT: To delete 1 User Code ,
in its database.
PC
ID
2 Existing re-enter
ID
Hear 1 beep and Light Indicator illuminates green
DELETE ALL USER CODES
IMPORTANT: this will delete the user codes but not the programming code, enter
the following
PC
3 re-enter
PC
Hear 1 beep and Light Indicator illuminates green
Automatic Lock Function
SET OR CANCEL AUTO LOCK
You can set the lock to automatically close after each time the lock is opened. Time
value range = 20 - 900 seconds, enter the following:
Set Auto Lock:
PC
5 Time Value
Hear 1 beep and Light Indicator illuminates green
To cancel Auto Lock set the time to 00, enter the following:
Cancel Time Value Auto Lock:
PC
5 00
Hear 1 beep and Light Indicator illuminates green
Sound On and Off
You can “mute” or turn the “sound on” on your lock by entering the following.
(Factory setting is sound on).
PC
6 1 or 2
1 = Sound Off
2 = Sound On
Sound Off (1) - Light Indicator illuminates green
Sound On (2) - Hear 1 beep and Light Indicator illuminates green
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Secure Lock out Period
Warning sounds and LED flashes red after 4 incorrect code attempts: Keypad shuts
down for 30 seconds.
Restore Factory Settings
To reset the lock to the original factory settings including the Programming Code PC
UC
and all User Codes remove
one battery for 10 seconds. Reinsert the battery and
wait for a long and short beep. Press 3 times within 3 seconds. The lock will beep
and the light indicator will turn green.
Low Battery Warning
Beeps and LED flashes red for 5 seconds. Please replace with good quality
alkaline batteries.
Note: Romoving batteries does not erase active Programming or User Codes.
Consumer Friendly Message Guide
Unlock / Valid programming:
1 long beep and LED illuminates green
Lock:
2 short beeps and LED illuminates red
Invalid Programming:
2 short beeps and LED flashes red twice
Low Voltage:
Beeps for 5 seconds
(7/9 times depends on operation is unlock/lock)
Super Low Voltage:
4 short beeps and LED ashes red four times
4 Incorrect code entry attempts:
2 short beeps and LED illuminates red each attempt
Power on:
1 long beep and 1 short beep and LED illuminates green
Chip Reset:
1 long beep and 1 short beep and LED illuminates green
(may occur several times or once in a while)
Lock Error:
3 long beeps LED ashes red three times
Repeat operation after Lock Error:
2 short beeps three times LED ashes red six times
NOTE: When battery is under low voltage, the lock will give the (Low Battery Warning: Beeps and LED ashes red for 5 seconds). During
this time your lock can still work. However once the voltage is lower than 4.3V (called Super-Low Voltage), the operation of the locking and
unlocking will not work, user must replace batteries immediately.
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INSTALLATION TROUBLE SHOOTING
Issue
Solution
Latch Working BackwardsLock unlocks when lock
button is pushed or locks
when unlock button or code is
pushed.
Direction switch is set to incorrect setting.
Remove the Interior Assembly and move the
switch to the opposite direction.
• Check that your switch is set in the correct
position Left or Right Handed door.
If Correct
• Rotate Turn knob and reinstall Interior
Assembly. Retest again while holding Interior
Assembly in place.
Interior Assembly knob will
not turn.
Knob or vertical tailpiece is installed in
incorrect position. Remove Interior Assembly and reposition the Interior Knob. With the
Deadbolt Latch retracted verify that the tailpiece
is vertical.
Lock will not function
electronically.
• Check that all batteries are fresh high quality
Alkaline Batteries.
• Check for proper polarity (+ -) of all batteries.
• Check that the Control Wire is attached to the
Interior Assembly.
Lock gives error signal when
opening or locking and Deadbolt Latch will not extend or
retract completely when door
is closed.
Unlock door using key or interior knob. While
door is open, check that the Deadbolt Latch
operates smoothly. Check for proper alignment
of the strike plate, adjust as needed to assure
there is no binding against the Deadbolt Latch.
Deadbolt Latch is sticking.
Installation screws of the lock may be too tight
and have to be loosened.
• Remove Interior Assembly.
• Slightly loosen the Mounting Plate screws.
• Lock and unlock using the Key.
• Reattach Control Wire and Interior Assembly.
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CONSUMER ASSISTANCE
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE:www.honeywellsafes.com
ADDRESS: Consumer Assistance Dept.
LH Licensed Products, Inc.860 East Sandhill Avenue Carson, CA 90746 USA TELEPHONE: US/Canada 1-877-354-5457 (Toll Free)
Mexico 01-800-288-2872 After English voice recording stops you must then enter 800860-1677
to complete your call. (Toll Free)
Australia 0011-800-5325-7000 (Toll Free)
Germany/New Zealand 00-800-5325-7000 (Toll Free)
Other Countries XX*-310-323-5722 (Toll Charges Apply)
XX*- Dial U.S. Country Code first
CALL CENTER HOURS: US/Canada 7am – 5pm (PST**) Mon – Fri (Subject to change)
CALL BACK HOURS: Other Countries 7am – 8pm (PST**) Mon – Fri (Subject to change) PST**- Local time in Los Angeles, CA, USA
INTERNATIONAL CALL BACK HOURS:
If you need to speak with a consumer assistant and cannot contact us during the Call
Center hours above, please send an email or leave a telephone message, including your
Name, Telephone Number and the best time for us to contact you during the Call Back
hours above and we will make our every effort to contact you and help answer any of
your questions or concerns.
* Insert correct Country Code
** Local Time based on Los Angeles California USA
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MARK
FOR1-3/8”
(35mm)
DOOR
THENDRILL1”(25mm)HOLE
INCENTERDOOROFEDGE
2”(50mm)INDEPTH
MARK
FOR1-3/4”
(45mm)
DOOR
IMPORTANT!
PLACETEMPLATE
ONHIGHEDGEOF
DOORBEVEL
2-3/4” (70mm) BACKSET
2-3/8” (60mm) BACKSET
DRILL
2-1/8”(54mm)
HOLE
BACK OF
TEMPLATE
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Programming Record
My Codes:
Date Created
Programming Code (6 digits) / /
User Code 01
(4-8 digits) / /
User Code 02
(4-8 digits) / /
User Code 03 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 04 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 05 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 06 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 07 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 08 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 09 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 10 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 11 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 12 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 13 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 14 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 15 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 16 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 17 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 18 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 19 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 20 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 21 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 22 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 23 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 24 (4-8 digits) / /
User Code 25 (4-8 digits) / /
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Lifetime Mechanical and Finish Warranty / 1 Year Limited Electronics Warranty
This product comes with a lifetime mechanical and finish warranty and a one year limited
electronics warranty to the original residential consumer against defects in material and
workmanship under normal use as long as the original residential purchaser occupies the
residential premises upon which the product was originally installed.
ORIGINAL RESIDENTIAL CONSUMER
This warranty is not transferable, and applies to the original purchaser only, as long as the original
purchaser occupies the residential premises upon which the product(s) was originally installed. Proof of purchase (original sales receipt) and ownership must accompany all warranty claims. All non-homeowner purchasers (including purchasers for industrial, commercial and business use)
are not covered under the terms of this warranty.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
This warranty is null and void if the product was used for purposes for which it was not designed. This warranty DOES NOT COVER normal wear and tear of parts or damage resulting from any of
the following: negligent use, misuse or abuse of the product, or use contrary to or in violation of
written instructions provided by LH Licensed Products, Inc. Further, this warranty does not cover
Acts of God, such as fire, flood, hurricanes and tornadoes. This warranty DOES NOT COVER
scratches, abrasions, deterioration due to the use of paints, solvents or use of cleaners
containing abrasives, alcohol or other solvents, whether performed by a contractor, service
company, or yourself. This warranty DOES NOT COVER product(s) used in commercial
applications, used in common area applications, disassembly, repair or alteration by anyone other
than LH Licensed Products, Inc., improper installation or exposure to extremes of heat or humidity.
This warranty DOES NOT COVER any losses, injuries to persons or loss of property, general
damages or costs, and shipping and freight expenses required to return product(s) to
LH Licensed Products, Inc. LH Licensed Products, Inc. shall not be liable for any indirect,
incidental or consequential damages of any nature relating to this lock. LH Licensed Products, Inc.
is also not responsible for costs associated with removing or reinstalling the product.
ADDITIONAL TERMS
LH Licensed Products, Inc. does not authorize any person to create for it any obligation or
liability in connection with the Product. LH Licensed Products, Inc.’s maximum liability here
under is limited to the original purchase price of the Product. No action arising out of any claimed
breach of this warranty by LH Licensed Products, Inc. may be brought by the original residential
purchaser more than one (1) year after the cause of action has arisen.
Manufactured by:
LH Licensed Products, Inc.
860 East Sandhill Avenue
Carson, CA 90746
The Honeywell Trademark is used under license from Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell
International Inc. makes no representations or warranties with respect to this product.
MDDBKPE-20160115 www.honeywellsafes.com
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