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Opening a Dial Lock
Opening a high security dial
combination lock is as easy as counting 4-3-2-1.
Left-Right-Left-Right. Default is 50-25-50
Turn the dial left (counterclockwise) at least four times to
clear the lock.
1.. Start with "0" at 12 O'clock on the OPENING INDEX, Turn to the Left and
pass the first number of the combination 3 times and stop exactly on the 4th time.
2.. Turn to the Right (clockwise) and pass the second number of the
combination twice and stop exactly at 12
O'clock on the OPENING INDEX the third time.
3.. Turn to the Left and pass the third number of the combination
once and stop exactly the second time.
4. Turn to the right as far as dial will go.. it will stop when and dead
bolt is pulled back between 90 and 0.
5. Turn handle and open door.
To Lock, close door, turn handle and spin dial.
Don't count "full turns of the dial" the key thing is the number of
times the number PASSES 12 O'clock.
Note: The first time a number pases 12 O'Clock is often only part of
turn of the dial.
Going past the number and turning back to centre the number on 12
O'Clock. You have to start over...
Failing to turn the dial to the right after otherwise dialing the