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On power-up the CO-Series locksets will provide 5 quick RED Schlage Button flashes and 5 quick beeps to indicate that the electronics (credential reader) has been changed.  In order to recover...
When/If the electronics (Credential Reader) changed on a CO-Series lockset, the lock will respond with 3 RED Schlage button flashes and 3 beeps for any key press or credential presentation.&nb...
CO Reader Modules cannot be replaced by Reader Modules with a different credential type; for example, a magnetic swipe credential reader cannot be replaced with a proximity credential rea...
A Credential Reader MAY be replaced with another Credential Reader of the same type; however, a Factory Default Reset must be performed before the lock will function properly.
The 25-R or 25-V device does meet the trim input requirements set by KABA for their trim so the two should be compatible.  However, the KABA trim has never been tested in house for the Fa...
The 4630/4640 operator can accept any ( normally open / dry contact) actuator - hardwired or wireless.  LCN Wireless actuators require the use of the 8310-865 RF receiver.The 8310-856 RF ...
If a 4600 clicks, but won't open the door: Verify proper connection of all the control box connectors. Verify correct manual operation of door. Verify actuator connections and any strike/maglo...
ND-series locks manufactured on or after January 30, 2017 use a different levers for cylinders and push/push-to-turn buttons.03-230 - Closed03-231 - Privacy & Cylinder- Schlage KIL (P,L)03-232 ...
ND-series locks manufactured prior to January 30, 2017:03-030 - Closed03-031 - Privacy, Cylinder- Schlage KIL (P,L) & Push or Push & Turn Button03-032 - Schlage FSIC 03- 000 - Schlage ...
If a door is being held open by the LCN SEM 7800/1900 magnet or any ME/SE Series Sentronic LCN closer, you can remotely release that door to close by ordering the following parts and wiring per ST ...
The only Schlage lock with a toggle was the discontinued K-Series mortise lock.
A design change occurred in 2001 to address a locking/unlocking issue with the discontinued D73 lever locks.  This included modifying the cam and plug, spindle and using a different plung...