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Deleting all User Codes From the Cox Homelife Door Locks

Solution

If all user codes are deleted, then the automatic lock option is disabled.

Follow the steps below to delete all of the user codes from your Homelife door lock.
 

Note: The hex key is size 3/32. A replacement key can be purchased at most hardware stores.

1

To remove the interior cover of the door lock, complete the following steps.

  1. Using the hex key provided, remove the three screws that hold the interior cover in place.

    Image of Remove screws from door lock

  2. Remove the interior cover.

    Image of Remove interior cover from door lock

2

Press and hold the program button until the keypad flashes green.

During the programming, if a button isn't pressed within five seconds, the system will time out. There will be three beeps and the keypad will flash red. If the system times out, it will be necessary to restart the process.

Image of Kwikset program button

3

Press the lock button.

Image of Kwikset front lock button

4

Press 9 six times.

Image of Kwikset number 9 on keypad

5

Press the lock button.

Image of Kwikset front lock button

6

Press 9 six times.

Image of Kwikset number 9 on keypad

7

Press the lock button.

Image of Kwikset front lock button

If Then
The keypad flashes green and beeps once. The programming was successful.
The keypad flashes red and beeps three times.
  • Programming was not successful.
  • The process will need to be re-done.

To confirm that all user codes have been deleted, while the door is open, press the lock button. If the latch bolt does not extend to lock, then all codes have been successfully deleted.

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