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Simplex Unican 7106 Dead Latch Combination


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Simplex Unican 7106 is Deadlocking Latch operation. With a 90 degree turn of internal thumbturn holdback. Please note this is a dead locking Latch, and not a Deadbolt The Simplex 7106 is easily programmed via keypad without removing lock from the door. Light commercial & residential lock. Mechanical pushbutton lock eliminates problems and... Read more »


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Simplex Unican 7106 is Deadlocking Latch operation. With a 90 degree turn of internal thumbturn holdback.
Please note this is a dead locking Latch, and not a Deadbolt

The Simplex 7106 is easily programmed via keypad without removing lock from the door. Light commercial & residential lock.


Mechanical pushbutton lock eliminates problems and costs associated with issuing,
controlling, and collecting keys and cards. Provides fully mechanical primary or auxiliary
pushbutton access control by exterior combination, while allowing free egress at
all times by interior thumbturn. Deadbolt models must be manually relocked.
Deadlocking latch models automatically relock each time the door closes.


Rim locking latch - relocks automatically when door closes; also has latch holdback



 

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Product
ManufacturerKaba
FinishSatin Chrome, Black
Case Depth Required98mm
Combination1000+
Locks
Backset60mm
Door thickness35mm - 57mm
Access Control
Weather ResistantYes
Code Length1 to 5 digits
Number Of Codes1
Outside OperationThumbturn on code entry
Inside OperationThumbturn free exit
Access LatchMedium duty rim deadlatch
Generic Measurements
Width56mm
Height155mm

Hi guys, my name is Darrel. I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline.co.uk. Thanks for taking the time to tune in to one of our YouTube videos.


This particular YouTube video is more of a training video as opposed to a product review video. And what we're going to try and tell you today guys, is how to change the combination on a Simplex 7000 Series range, combination locks. Now the one that I have here in front of me at this moment in time is the 7104. All the 7000 range combination locks, this face that you see here is exactly the same. The differences will be, is in the bolts, the different types of latches, they can have dead bolts or latches, etc.


But the way that you would change the code is exactly the same. So that's what you're going to see on the front, and at the back, not that we've got this fitted in a door. But you would see that there in the back like that, this will then be the turn that you'd see then sitting on that there, directly underneath it. So that's what you would expect to see on the back of the door, and that's what you would expect to see on the front of the door. Okay?


I'm going to take this off here now, because I'm going to try and mimic what this particular part does. This particular part is quite important to changing the code, because this allows you with a screwdriver, with a Phillips screwdriver in there it will allow you to turn this, because this needs to be turned as part of the sequence of changing the code.


So without further ado, you'll have to imagine this being on the top here because I'm just going to use my hand to turn this, but of course, you wouldn't be able to turn that because you would use this screw here because it would be in the door.


So at this moment in time this lock is locked, look. It isn't going to work. And the combination that I have in here at this moment in time, is 1 2 3. One has been the top for me, there's no numbers on these but I'm using 1 as being the top. So if I go 1 2 3 I can now open the door. If I try again, it's closed. So it's as simple as that.


One, two, three. So that's, first of all, that's what the code is that I have set in there. The code that I'm going to put in here is 1 2 3 4 5. I'm going to use all of the combinations there. So first of all what you need to do is enter your number - just clear it to make sure it's clear. So my code at the moment is 1 2 3 and then you would then go then to the outside here, to the back of the door and with your screwdriver, that would be sitting on there. You want to be turning this cam clockwise, and you'll hear a click when you do that. That means that your combination chamber, now, is ready for the code to be changed.


You then go back onto the outside here like that, and you turn this now anti-clockwise. What you've done now is you've cleared the code, ready now for the combination lock to accept the new code. Now what I'm going to do now is enter the new code as being 1 2 3 4 5. And now I turn it now clockwise, and that's reset the chamber and now the code is 1 2 3 4 5. So if I try 1 2 3 they don't work. If I was to try 1 2 3 4 5, yeah, hey presto, I even impressed myself. I've managed to change the combination. So it really is as simple as that, guys.


So I'm not going to go through it twice. By all means, just rewind back if you're not sure about a particular sequence. But one of the most important things is, is that this cam is turned clockwise, then you actually turn around and you turn this anti-clockwise.


And then you would then, after you've put the code in, then turn it clockwise again. So you have to remember the sequence in respect of that. So that's how to change the code on the 7000 Series, Simplex Unican locks.


Obviously you can buy these locks from us, if you want one or you need to replace one, LocksOnline.co.uk. We'd love to have you as a customer. But in the meantime if you need any more information or you're a bit stuck or need a bit of advice, listen, by all means give us a call and we'd love to chat with you. We've got a Live Chat now on our site, so you can speak to us live over our website. Or in the alternatively you can use the phone, or of course pop us an e-mail. And we still accept post by the way, so thumbs up to that.


So from me Darrel, at the tech team here and all the other guys here at the LocksOnline, I hope this video has helped you change your code on your combination lock. But in the meantime, hey, see you real soon. Take care and thank you very much for tuning in. Bye-bye now.

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