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The CL0460 locks are supplied with a random code commencing with the ‘C’ clear button. To change the code after fitting, the lock must first be removed from the door. The code is non sequential, that is the code can be entered in any order e.g. 1234 can be 4321 or 1342 or whatever is the most convenient sequence. With the 13 buttons a total of 8,191 different codes are available, which may be entered in any order.
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Narrow style deadlocking latches designed for use in conjunction with the CL0460 front and back plates.
P460 DL25 RH: Narrow style deadlatch (round screw in cylinder type) only - c/w flat and radius silver grey faceplates - Backset 25mm (31"/32") Right Hand.
P460 DL25 LH: Narrow style deadlatch (round screw in cylinder type) only - c/w flat and radius silver grey faceplates - Backset 25mm (31"/32") Left Hand.
RH version shown
P460 DL29 RH: Narrow style deadlatch (round screw in cylinder type) only - c/w flat and radius silver grey faceplates - Backset 29mm (1"/18") Right Hand.
P460 DL29 LH: Narrow style deadlatch (round screw in cylinder type) only - c/w flat and radius silver grey faceplates - Backset 29mm (1"/18") Left Hand.
RH version shown
|Body material||Zinc alloy|
|Door material||Suitable for aluminium doors|
|Door thickness||45mm - 55mm (1 3/4" 2 3/16")|
|Latches||25mm (1") and 29mm (1 1/8") Backset Latches avaliable on request|
|Non handed||Lock will fit doors hung on the left or right|
|Cl0460 installation template|
Check the contents of the box are correct according to the model.
|Number relating to picture||Item||CL0460||
|A||1 x code front plate complete with threaded cylinder||*|
|B||1 x code front plate lever handle or knob||*|
|D||1 x backplate||*|
|E||1 x back plate lever handle or knob||*|
|F||2 x neoprene seals||*|
|G||1 x cam plug for use with threaded lockcase||*|
|H||1 x gear ring for left hand hung doors||*|
|I||5 x fixing bolts (1 x spare)||*|
|J||1 x spindle set||*|
|K||1 x Allen key||*|
|L||1 x tweezers||*|
|M||2 x spare tumblers (one red, one blue)||*|
Before fitting the lock to the door please ensure the lock is handed to suit the door.
i) All locks are supplied handed for right hand hung doors. See 1. to change the lock for a left hand door.
ii) Do not turn the key in the cylinder before the lock is installed as this may put the gear train out of alignment.
1. Changing the hand of the lock for a left hand hung door.
The locks are supplied with the gear train on the reverse of the code plate set up to work with right hand hung doors.
To fit the lock to a left hand hung door make the following change:
Remove the 6 retaining screws that secure the plate covering the gear train (fig.1).
Remove the large outer gear ring which is marked with a blue line and the letter R.
Replace it with the large outer gear ring marked with a red line and the letter L (see below).
Flip over the spindle hub so that it shows a red line and the letter L. Ensure that the red lines are aligned and vertical.
Replace the plate with the six screws.
2. Fit cam plugs to either side of the mortise lock.
Right hand cam to the code side for a right hand door and left hand cam to the code side for a left hand door.
If using existing cam plugs remove the projecting locating pins using pliers.
3. Using the template provided accurately mark and drill the 4 fixing holes using a 6mm drill bit ensuring that the template is square to the edge of the door.
4. Fit the blue or red tipped spindle into the cam on the code side according to the hand of your door (see below).
5. Fit lever handles according to hand of door.
6. Apply the front and back plates with the neoprene seals in position against the door, over the protruding ends of the spindles.
Important note: To ensure correct functioning of the lock it is essential that the gear train on the code plate is aligned correctly before fitting over the spindles (fig.1).
If the inner red or blue spindles hub alignment lines cannot be seen place a screw driver approximately 5mm deep into the spindle hub and turn fully until it comes to a stop and both the inner and outer coloured lines can be seen vertically and aligned (fig.1).
To align the blue lines for right hand doors turn the spindle hub fully to the right.
To align the red lines for left hand door turn the spindle hub full to the left.
7. Fix the two plates together using the Philips head bolts, starting with one top fixing and one bottom fixing. Ensure that the two plates are truly vertical, tighten fully and fit remaining two bolts.
8. Before closing the door, carry out the following checks:
Enter the code and ensure that the latch retracts when the lever handle is depressed. Now check the operation of the inside lever handle. If there is any binding of the handles loosen the bolts slightly and reposition the plates slightly until the correct position is found and then re-tighten the bolts.
Turn clockwise for a right hand hung door and anticlockwise for a left hand hung door until the latch is full retracted.
For right hand hung doors turn the key 360 degrees anticlockwise from the rest position and remove the key. For left hand hung doors turn the key 360 degrees clockwise from the rest position and remove the key.
The CL0460 code chamber consist of 13 buttons from which the code is selected, and a ‘C’ button which is used to re-set the chamber after an incorrect entry, and which must always be used as the first digit of a code. Buttons may only be used ONCE in a code. For example, 1212 is not possible.
A code, or combination, can be entered in any order or sequence; e.g. 1234 can be 4321 or 1342 or whatever sequence is most convenient to remember. With 13 buttons, a total of 8,191 different codes are available, which can be entered in any sequence.
Most people will set a code in the range of 4 to 7 digits, and the total number of codes in this range is 5434.
The lock is factory set with a randomly selected 5 digit code starting with the C button. The code is not recorded by the factory. The code can be changed as often as required to any other 5 digit code. Every new code must start with the C button. Using the spare tumblers, one red and one blue, the code length can be changed to 4 or 6 digits. Shorter codes are possible, but 1 or 2 digit codes are not recommended.
1. Take your pushbutton lock off the door by unscrewing the 4 bolts in the backplate.
2. Press the ‘C’ button to reset the chamber and place the lock case on a flat surface with the buttons down.
3. Remove the 2 red screws and carefully lift off the code chamber plate. Check that all 14 springs are held in place on the plate.
4. Note that the red tipped code tumblers correspond in position to the existing code. The blue tipped non-code tumblers fill the other positions. The C tumbler is not coloured.
5. Hold the lock in your hand and depress the ‘C’ button. Keeping the ‘C’ button depressed use tweezers to re-position the tumblers to correspond with your new code. The square notches of ALL tumblers MUST face outwards, with the coloured tops ON TOP: See diagram below. DO NOT force the tumblers in.
N.B. Holding the ‘C’ button depressed whilst removing or replacing the tumblers is essential to avoid damaging the internal mechanism. DO NOT attempt to reposition the C tumbler.
6. Replace the code chamber plate carefully with the 2 red screws.
7. Check the operation of the new code, and make a written note of it before re-installing the lock.
8. Fit the blue or red tipped spindle into the cam on the code side according to the hand of your door (see below).
Door hung on RIGHT Door hung on LEFT
viewed from code side viewed from code side
9. Fit the butterfly spindle into the cam on the non-code side (see below).
No maintenance of the working parts is necessary. Do not oil. To maintain the finish the lock should be cleaned regularly with a soft cloth. A silicone spray or similar should be used to provide a protective film against grit and grime.