Are you trying to reprogram or program your Taymor Electronic Deadbolt? If so, keep reading as I’ll go through the steps you need to follow to program your Taymor (Concierge 100 or 200) Electronic Deadbolt.
First off, if you’ve just installed the lock (first-time installation) or restored factory default settings, you need to first perform the automatic bolt direction adjustment before programming other functions. Note that your lock won’t work properly if you don’t do this.
Here’s how to perform the bolt direction adjustment on your Taymor Electronic Keypad Lock:
- Enter the default programming code (0000) and hit the “Enter” button. Taymor button.
- Press Then, press the Taymor Click the button to continue.
Now let’s head over to other basic programming functions.
Quick TipTo avoid programming failures, ensure that each step is completed in six seconds or less. To avoid being locked out, lock your door while programming the lock.
Modifying the programming code on your Taymor Electronic Deadbolt
You can make changes to your lock programming by entering the Programming Code. For example, if you want to add or delete a User Code on your lock, you’ll need to first enter the Programming Code to enter programming mode.
The lock comes equipped with a preset Programming Code that you will need to change for security reasons. The preset Programming Code is 0000.
And here’s how to change the preset/existing Programming Code on your Taymor Electronic Deadbolt:
Your lock will blink twice and beep twice to indicate that the Programming Code was successfully changed. But if it flashes red three times and beeps three times, it means the programming isn’t successful. You can repeat the steps until you complete each step in six seconds or less.
Removing existing user codes
The Taymor Electronic Keypad Deadbolt has a preset User code (1234). To ensure security, you will need to delete the code and add your own codes.
Here’s how to delete the preset User Code or any existing User Code on your Taymor Electronic Lock:
Note: You can also use this method to delete the User Codes you created—as explained above.
The lock also allows you to delete all existing User Codes, including those you have created, at once. Here’s how to do that:
Create New User Codes
As you probably know, you can’t unlock your door via the keypad without User Codes. So you’ll need to create User Codes that can be used to unlock the lock through the keypad. You can save up to six User Codes to the lock.
That said, here’s how to create new User Codes on your Taymor Electronic Deadbolt:
If the lock flashes three times and blinks green three more times, the new User Code has been successfully applied. However, you can test it to verify that it unlocks.
Continue the steps to add additional User Codes. Keep in mind, however, that the lock can only hold 6 programming codes at once. If you’ve added up to 6 codes, you’ll have to delete an existing code to add another.
How to lock/unlock your Taymor Electronic Deadbolt
- To Lock: Press this Taymor To lock from the outside, you can either use a button or a physical key. To lock from the inside, turn the thumb-turn.
- To UnlockEnter a valid User Code, and then press the Taymor To unlock from the outside, press the button or use a physical lock. To unlock the deadbolt, turn the thumb-turn from the inside.
Your Taymor Electronic lock can be enabled to enable auto-lock
This feature locks your doors automatically when the lock is left unlocked. However, it’s disabled by default and you have to enable it yourself if you want it to be active. Below is how to enable it:
For auto-lock to be disabled, follow the steps above.
You should note that the default delay time is 30 seconds. You can adjust it to your preferred delay time (10-99 seconds), if you wish. Here’s how to set the delay time:
Your lock will now auto-lock based upon the delay time you have set.
Resetting your Taymor Electronic Deadbolt
If you’re having issues with your lock, performing a factory reset usually helps to fix some issues. Also, if you’ve lost your Programming Code or User Codes, you can reset the lock and then reprogram it using the default Programming Code (0000).
But note that resetting the lock will remove all your custom settings and you’ll have to start all over to program it—as you did when you just installed the lock.
With that being said, here’s how to reset your Taymor Electronic Keypad Deadbolt:
Now your lock has been reset. Before programming other functions into the lock, make sure to replace the battery cover. You can find out how to perform the bolt orientation process in paragraph 3 (above).
Troubleshooting Taymor Electronic Deadbolt
Now let’s look at some common problems you may have with your lock and how to fix them.
Why can’t I change the Programming Code?
Check to ensure that you’re entering the correct existing Programming Code during the process. You should complete any programming step within six seconds. Retry the steps and follow them again.
If you’re still unable to change it, factory reset the lock and then perform the bolt direction adjustment before trying to change the code again.
What batteries are recommended to use with the Taymor Electronic Deadbolt
For best results, use only alkaline batteries—non-rechargeable (4 AA 1.5V). Ensure you don’t mix new batteries with old ones when replacing the batteries.
Taymor Electronic Deadbolt keypad doesn’t respond; what can you do?
For about five seconds, remove the batteries and press any keypad button. Next, put the batteries back in and ensure they’re properly placed—based on polarity. Did it work? Great! If it does not work, replace the batteries.
Also, make sure that the IC wires have been properly installed.
So that’s how to program your new/existing Taymor Electronic Deadbolt. To ensure security, you should change the preset Programming Code or User Code.
And if you reset your lock for any reason, ensure you first perform the bolt direction adjustment before programming any other functions—for reliable operation.