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ONGUARD
5508 / 5588 Cable Combo Lock
User’s Guide
Please read the User’s Guide fully before using the lock.
TO SET YOUR OWN COMBINATION
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YOUR NEW LOCK IS PRESET
TO OPEN AT 0-0-0-5
9 9 9 4
0 0 0 5
1 1 1 6
STEP 1
Open the lock by aligning the preset
combination number to the guide point and
pull out the lock post.
Lock Post
Guide Point
Reset Collar
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STEP 2
9 9 9 4
0 0 0 5
1 1 1 6
Turn the reset collar clockwise until it comes
to a stop.
STEP 3
Select your new combination by rotating the
dials (for example: 1234). Be sure to write it
down and keep it in a safe place.
Number
Dials
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STEP 4
0 1 2 3
1 2 3 4
2 3 4 5
Turn the reset collar counter-clockwise until
it comes to a complete stop back at its
original position.
STEP 5
Reinsert the locking post into the lock. The
lock is now ready for normal use with your
personal combination.
Repeat these steps any time you wish to change your combination.
For more information: www.onguardlock.com
EN
BIKE LOCK DO’S & DON’TS
• Do mark your bike and take a photo of it for future identification. Then
for free or a minimal fee, register or license your bike at the local lawenforcement office.
• Do lock your bike to something solid in a visible place. Don’t lock your bike
through a chain-link fence – anyone with a set of wire cutters can easily
snip the fence and steal your bike. Don’t lock your bike to wooden railings –
thieves can break them.
• Do use underground parking lots with ample video surveillance cameras –
cameras are excellent deterrents.
• Do lock your bike next to other bikes where possible.
• Do keep an extra key to your lock in a safe place. If yours is a combination
lock, keep the number in a secure place.
• Do remember that an ounce of protection is worth a pound of cure. The few
moments is takes each to time to lock up your bike will save you the time
and money it would take to replace your bike.
• Don’t park your bike in dark alleys. Do select highly visible locations such as
busy streets or in front of stores. Thieves are less likely to bother with your
bike if it’s locked out in the open.
• Don’t lock your bike in the same spot each day. Thieves “case” behaviour
patterns and thrive on predictability. Do lock your bike in a different location
each day.
• Don’t let your lock rust. A frozen lock is simply dead weight. Use a periodic
squirt of WD-40 to keep your lock in as good working order as your bike.
HOW TO LOCK UP YOUR BIKE
One-Lock Method
• Remove the front wheel of your bike (Pic. C, D) or make sure your lock
encircles the rim, not the spokes, of the wheel, as well as the bike frame
(Pic. B).
• Lock your bike to a fixed object that cannot be easily broken, cut or
removed. Some thieves go so far as to remove bolts from sign posts. Once
you’ve locked your bike around a seemingly secure pole, the thief simply
lifts the post out of the ground and slips off the lock.
• Position the key entry so it faces the ground.
• Position your lock as high above the ground as possible to make it harder
for a thief to find leverage and to make the lock obvious to passers by.
• Remove unsecured bike parts, such as the seat.
Multiple-Lock Method
• All locks can be broken. Your job is to present an illusion of above-average
resistance, convincing a thief that stealing your bike will require too much
effort.
• Use a maximum U-lock or chain lock in conjunction with a cable lock.
Chances are a thief will see two locks and move on to another victim.
• Set up the U-lock around your rear tire, frame and some fixed object. Then
snake the cable through your front wheel, saddle rails, frame and the U-lock
(Pic. A). You may still walk away feeling wary, but you’ll know that you did
the best you could.
A
B
C
D
HOW TO CARE FOR LOCKS
Every OnGuard Lock is ruggedly built for long life and trouble-free service. With
minimal care, your OnGuard Lock will provide security and smooth operation for
many years to come.
Here are a few tips that will help you keep your lock working efficiently:
1. Lubricate your locks periodically with a light machine oil. Do not use
graphite in any form! Your OnGuard Lock is a precision instrument, and
graphite may actually cause the locking mechanism to stick. Apply oil in
both the keyway and shackle openings.
2. Locks used outdoors may require occasional cleaning. To do this, submerse
them overnight in kerosene – let them dry thoroughly – and apply oil.
3. When a lock is operated infrequently or exposed to severe weather
conditions, internal working parts may become tight. In these cases, exert
a slight downward pressure on the shackle while the key is being turned.
Doing this 3 or 4 times will relieve any tension and will usually restore easy
and normal operation of the lock.
4. Use compressed air to help dislodge debris in the cylinder.
5. keep locking assembly out of dirt and sand, debris will hinder the
performance and function of your lock.
For more information: www.onguardlock.com
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