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    SecuRam Safe Logic Basic - How to Change Your Combo

    Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley, manager of Safe & Vault Store, to talk to you today about the Securam Safe Logic Basic Digital Lock. The Securam Safe Logic Basic has 2 users, a master and a user. So you can actually program 2 individuals to use this lock instead of 1. The Securam Safe Logic Basic has a number of nice features. It has a 6 digit combination. It has 2 users and a manager and a user code. It also features a lockout penalty if you put the wrong combination in 4 times.

    So if a bad guy burglar is trying to break into your safe, after the 4th time, the lock automatically locks it out for at least 5 minutes. Another nice feature about digital locks that a lot of people don't realize is on a U.L. lock, there is a battery compartment right on the back on the outside so when the battery goes down, the lock will beep at you 8 times.

    Plus, if you leave town for an extended period of time and the battery runs dead and you're not there, the Securam Safe Logic has a built-in non-volatile memory chip behind the safe door inside the lock body. That non-volatile chip will store your personal private combination for upwards of 3 years without any power whatsoever. So when you come back, you just put a new battery in it and you're up and running again. The factory combination on the Securam locks is 1-2-3-4-5-6. And the door will open. Now in order to program this lock, there is a very simple procedure and I'm going to show you how to do it right now.

    • Always program your lock with a new combination with the door open and the bolts in the simulated closed position.
    • To put the lock in programming mode, press the zero 6 times (0-0-0-0-0-0). So, 1-2-3-4-5-6. It beeps twice telling you, you're doing fine. If it beeps three times, then start over.
    • Now we put the old combination in first one time. (1-2-3-4-5-6) Two beeps that means you're okay.
    • Now for this purpose, we are going to use 6-5-4-3-2-1 as my personal combination. So we have to put that in twice. (6-5-4-3-2-1) Two beeps. Now (6-5-4-3-2-1) So now we have the 2 beeps.
    • Now the next step is to test the new combination. So we're going to test it 3 times. New combination is (6-5-4-3-2-1), let's give it a try. (6-5-4-3-2-1) And the safe opens so that means we've done the programming successfully.
    • But let's try it two more times. So now we simulate the safe being closed once again. And we put in (6-5-4-3-2-1). The safe opens.
    • Final test, we close the bolts one more time. Here we go, the last time. (6-5-4-3-2-1) And it opens, so now we know we can close the door and have 99.9% assurance that our new combination is going to work properly.
    • So I've locked the safe up now, here is the big test. The new combination (6-5-4-3-2-1). There we go, it worked. Very simple.

    So we've learned today that the Securam Secure Logic Basic has several great features. It is a U.L. Type 1 certified lock. It has 2 users instead of 1. It has a non-volatile memory chip to preserve your combination in case the battery goes dead. It has 8 beeps when the battery is getting low to let you know to change the battery. And finally, it has a 4 attempt lockout that will lock you out for 5 minutes if a bad guy is trying to defeat your lock. Once again thank you for watching. This is Dye the Safe Guy, Dye Hawley with Safe & Vault Store.com. Give us a call at 800-207-2259 if you have any other questions. 

    Dominic Schwebs

    Dominic Schwebs

    Dominic Schwebs, a home safety and security expert with over 15 years of experience is the Digital Marketing and E-Commerce Manager of the Safe and Vault Store. He thoroughly understands the art of building brand awareness and skillful product marketing using the power of social media, crafting informative and engaging blogs, producing podcasts, YouTube videos, and more. Driven by the desire to provide the ultimate user experience, he has helped to build safeandvaultstore.com into a top-selling, nationally recognized e-commerce site. He is tireless in his pursuit of creatively expanding content, educating about home and business safes and vaults, and taking the website to the next level. Dominic is proud to live, work, and call Spokane, WA home.

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