Schlage is one of the most popular keypad locks on the market. Forgetting the code for the lock is a common problem faced by the customer, and this is the most frustrating thing that you may have to face. But don’t worry, you can reset Schlage keypad lock without programming code.
If you’ve ever tried to reset your Schlage keypad lock by yourself, you know how difficult it can be to do. In fact, it’s one of the most common problems that customers bring to us. Not anymore!
Here’s a step-by-step guide to resetting your Schlage keypad in seconds — with no hassle and zero hassles. I will walk you through the steps of how we reset our locks without code.
How To Reset Schlage Keypad Lock Without Programming Code – Step By Step Guide
Sometimes, you just need to reset your Schlage wireless lock. Aspects of a smart home setup that may require a lock reset include:
- If you forget the access code, and now want to add a new user code for someone else but don’t know how to get it back.
- When you change your keyless entry code, but delete the wrong one by accident or have forgotten it already.
- When you no longer have Wi-Fi connectivity or have recently installed an update that made things worse instead of better.
- If the access code just isn’t working for some reason. In other words, if something is wrong with the lock itself, not just on your end.
- When someone eventually break into your electronic door lock and change the passcode on their own terms.
We all make mistakes sometimes, especially when it comes to electronics. The last thing you want is to be locked out of your home or office because you forgot the password for the keypad lock on your door — or maybe someone else changed it.
In any case, there’s no need to worry. Resetting your keypad lock without programming code is super easy, and fast! Read our guide below and find out how to do it.
There are many different types of Schlage keypad door locks available on the market today. Some of the most popular models include the Schlage BE365, FE575, FE595, and FE695.
If your Schlage keypad door lock is not working correctly, you may need to reset it. This can usually be done by following the manufacturer’s resetting programming guide.
1. Reset Instructions For Schlage BE365, FE575, FE595, FE695, and BE375
Use the following procedure to perform a factory reset on the BE365, FE575, FE595, FE695, and BE375 lock:
- Disconnect the Schlage lock battery.
- To operate the Schlage button, press and release it.
- You have 10 seconds to complete the following steps: reconnect the battery, press and hold the Schlage button until the light turns green, and then wait for the lock to beep.
- Now input one of the Schlage default User Codes. If the lock does not unlock, then try again.
Now that you’re done, you can change the code to personalize it with your own number.
2. Reset Instructions For Schlage DE265
Follow these steps if you need to reset your Schlage DE265 keypad door lock without a programming code.
- Remove Schlage DE265 keypad door lock one battery
- Press and hold the SET button. Then, insert the new battery and continue to hold the SET button until you hear a long beep.
3. Reset Instructions For Schlage BE469 and BE479
If you need to reset your Schlage BE469 or BE479 without a programming code, follow these simple steps.
- Disconnect Schlage lock batteries.
- Press and hold the button on the outside of the Schlage.
- Keep holding the Outside Schlage Button, and now try to reconnect the batteries.
- Before you can begin moving the Outside Schlage Button, you must first release it from its current position. If you are planning on moving the lock to a new door, make sure to install it on that door before continuing.
- If you want to check that the lock has been reset, press the button on the outside of the Schlage. Entering one of the default access codes should do the trick.
- If the reset is successful, the lock will go through a setup routine. Keep an eye out for when the bolt stops moving. Once that happens, the reset and setup are complete.
4. Reset Instructions For Schlage BE468
If you need to reset your Schlage BE468 without the programming code, here’s what to do.
- Disconnect Schlage lock batteries.
- Push and hold the logo while reconnecting your batteries.
- To test your lock, enter one of the default codes provided with the lock.
5. Reset Instructions For Other Lock Models
If the reset method described in this article does not work for your Schlage Connect or Schlage Encode lock, try the following method instead.
- To remove the Schlage battery cover, simply slide it upwards. Once you have done that, disconnect the batteries.
- To begin, press and hold down the exterior Schlage button.
- To reset your Schlage lock, hold down the button and reconnect the batteries. Then release the button.
- You can tell if the reset was successful by pressing the Schlage button and then entering one of the preset User Codes. If the bolt moves, that means the reset worked.
Factory resetting is the perfect solution when you need to remove all of your programming from a Schlage lock. The factory reset command will remove any previous codes that were set to the lock and force it to be reprogrammed with new ones. It will also delete any learned codes for other devices if you have programmed anything else.
Factory resetting a smart lock can be a pain — you’ll have to reprogram the device if you don’t want to lose any of your previous programming.
In this post, we have listed out the best methods to reset the Schlage keypad lock without a programming code. As there are many models of the Schlage keypad lock, you need to choose the right method that fits exactly.
For more information, you can always refer back to the users’ manual that came with your lock. If you do not have an existing master code and you have created your own custom code, you can use it to reset the keypad. This is a very useful function if your door lock is broken and you have a spare keypad to set
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