Instructions for 3-Digit Combination Lock with Letters

1 - Turn dial 2 full turns to the right (clockwise) to clear lock.
2 - Continue turning right and go to first combination*.
3 - Turn to the left (counterclockwise) PAST the second
     combination, then continue to the left to the second combination.
4 - Turn to the right to the third combination (do not go past it).
5 - Turn key to the left to open.
6 - Push door firmly to close (you may have to
     turn the key to the left to close).

*If the combination shows 2 letters together,
place pointer between them.


 
 


Instructions for 2-Digit Combination Lock with Numbers

1 - Turn dial 2 full turns to the right (clockwise) to clear lock.
2 - Continue turning right and go to first combination*.
3 - Turn to the left (counterclockwise) to the second combination.
4 - Turn key/knob to the left to open.
5 - Push door firmly to close (you may have to
     turn the key to the left to close).

*If the combination shows 2 numbers together,
place pointer on the line between them.




Instructions for 3-Digit Combination Lock with Numbers

1 - Turn dial 2 full turns to the right (clockwise) to clear lock.
2 - Continue turning right and go to first combination*.
3 - Turn to the left (counterclockwise) PAST the second
     combination, then continue to the left to the second combination.
4 - Turn to the right to the third combination (do not go past it).
5 - Turn key to the left to open.
6 - Push door firmly to close (you may have to
     turn the key to the left to close).

*If the combination shows 2 numbers together (e.g. "1/2"),
place pointer between them.




Instructions for 2-Dial Combination Lock

1 - Turn left-hand dial clockwise to the first combination.*
2 - Turn right-hand dial clockwise to the second combination.
3 - Slide knob to the left and pull door open (may take a hard
     pull to open).
4 - Push door firmly to close.

*If the combination shows a letter and a number, place pointer the number of lines to the right of the letter as indicated by the number.

Example:  M-2 would mean place the pointer on the second line to the right of "M", counting from the line directly above the "M".

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