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Does battery operated lock beep when batteries are low

Why does battery door lock beep

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SOURCE: Powerbolt 1000 started beeping and quit functioning

To provide a further bit of information. According to tech support the beeping can be caused by EITHER a bad keypad (about $15) or a bad circuit board (about $80, so, time for a new lock). The easiest way to tell is to:

  • Remove the batteries
  • Unscrew the circuit board from the housing (it will remain attached and dangling by some wires)
  • Unplug the gray ribbon cable that connects the back of the circuit board to the keypad
  • Put the batteries back in
After powering back up, if the unit keeps beeping, the circuit board is bad. But if it doesn't the keypad is bad. You can order the replacement keypads from Weiser via the 800 number listed in the previous comment.

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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SOURCE: The power lock started to

It seems that possibly the contacts or connection between the batteries and the lock may have slight corrosion. Clean the ends of the batteries, the contacts that touch the battery ends and any other connection with either a pencil eraser or some alcohol on a Q-tip.


Gary

Posted on Aug 29, 2011

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The lock is sounding off like an alarm when we close the door to leave. What does this mean?


I downloaded the PDF file for this lock to find out about the beeps. I had to use Internet Explorer; Firefox wouldn't work. This is what I found:
Single, Short Beep - Indicates that any operations sequence has
begun OR that the door has been successfully locked or unlocked
OR that the sliding cover has been left open for more than ten
seconds.
Single, Long Beep - Indicates that programming operation was
successful
Short, Double Beep - Indicates that individual fingerprint user
deletion sequence has begun.
Long Double Beep - Indicates that Delete All programming was
successful
Four Beeps - Indicates unsuccessful enrollment/unsuccessful
verification attempt OR BioAxxis® BD1 was improperly installed
(see Installation Guide).
Six, Short Beeps - Low battery alert, change batteries

The link to download this file is here:
http://www.axxisbiometrics.com/images/upload/File/pdfs/BD1_Complete_User_Manual.pdf

This is a PFD file, requiring that you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer to view it.

This is a link to AxxisBiometrics webpage, which has a toll-free help number blasted across it, if all else fails:
http://www.axxisbiometrics.com/

For a $250 lock, if you the beep codes I supplied you doesn't answer your question, I wouldn't hesitate to call them up. Good luck!

Jul 24, 2011 | Deadbolt Bioaxxis Bd1 Biometric...

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The alarm is setting off an alarm with in the lock itself? what does that mean?


I downloaded the PDF file for this lock to find out about the beeps. I had to use Internet Explorer; Firefox wouldn't work. This is what I found:
Single, Short Beep - Indicates that any operations sequence has
begun OR that the door has been successfully locked or unlocked
OR that the sliding cover has been left open for more than ten
seconds.
Single, Long Beep - Indicates that programming operation was
successful
Short, Double Beep - Indicates that individual fingerprint user
deletion sequence has begun.
Long Double Beep - Indicates that Delete All programming was
successful
Four Beeps - Indicates unsuccessful enrollment/unsuccessful
verification attempt OR BioAxxis® BD1 was improperly installed
(see Installation Guide).
Six, Short Beeps - Low battery alert, change batteries

The link to download this file is here:
http://www.axxisbiometrics.com/images/upload/File/pdfs/BD1_Complete_User_Manual.pdf

This is a PFD file, requiring that you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer to view it.

This is a link to AxxisBiometrics webpage, which has a toll-free help number blasted across it, if all else fails:
http://www.axxisbiometrics.com/

For a $250 lock, if you the beep codes I supplied you doesn't answer your question, I wouldn't hesitate to call them up. Good luck! (duplicated to clear both requests for help)

Jul 24, 2011 | Deadbolt Bioaxxis Bd1 Biometric...

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I ahve a beeping sound that is coming from my garage door opener.


If you have an opener with battery backup this may help. BBU stands for 'battery back up.'

This is battery related. On top of your unit is a battery pack with three colored led lights. You can tell what is going on by looking at these. This information is in your manual or here it is.
GREEN LED: All systems are normal. A solid LED light indicates the batteries are fully charged. A flashing LED indicates the batteries are being charged. NOTE: Batteries do not have to be fully charged to operate the motor unit. YELLOW LED: The motor unit has lost power and is operating off of the BBU. A solid LED with beep, sounding approximately every 2 seconds, indicates the motor unit is activating the door and is operating off of the BBU. A flashing LED with beep, sounding every 30 seconds, indicates batteries are low. Once the power is restored the BBU will recharge. This is indicated by a flashing GREEN LED. RED LED: An error has been detected and the BBU will automatically shut off. The BBU will attempt to restart by reconnecting to the batteries. If the error is still present it will shut itself off again. This process will repeat every 5 minutes or until the error has been resolved. This is used to prevent further draining of the batteries. If a red LED remains on when the power is restored, and is accompanied by a beep sounding every 30 seconds, please call for service.



Jul 09, 2011 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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My garage door opener beeps frequently but operating well. What is the issue & how can i resolve?


Hello,
Sounds to me like your backup batteries are low. The back up batteries are there for use should you use power. You can try this -
  1. Unplug the garage door opener.
  2. Get into the back up battery compartment.
  3. Now unplug the connector to the battery pack and replug it in. This might help but if you continue to have this beeping then you will have to replace the backup batteries. You will not suffer any mechanical problems unless your electricity goes out.
Regards, Tony

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The main unit beeps every 30 seconds


This is battery related. On top of your unit is a battery pack with three colored led lights. You can tell what is going on by looking at these. This information is in your manual or here it is.
GREEN LED: All systems are normal. A solid LED light indicates the batteries are fully charged. A flashing LED indicates the batteries are being charged. NOTE: Batteries do not have to be fully charged to operate the motor unit. YELLOW LED: The motor unit has lost power and is operating off of the BBU. A solid LED with beep, sounding approximately every 2 seconds, indicates the motor unit is activating the door and is operating off of the BBU. A flashing LED with beep, sounding every 30 seconds, indicates batteries are low. Once the power is restored the BBU will recharge. This is indicated by a flashing green LED. RED LED: An error has been detected and the BBU will automatically shut off. The BBU will attempt to restart by reconnecting to the batteries. If the error is still present it will shut itself off again. This process will repeat every 5 minutes or until the error has been resolved. This is used to prevent further draining of the batteries. If a red LED remains on when the power is restored, and is accompanied by a beep sounding every 30 seconds, please call for service.


Jan 25, 2011 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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Lift masters battery keeps bleeping every 5 seconds,does this means my battery needs replacing.


This is battery related. On top of your unit is a battery pack with three colored led lights. You can tell what is going on by looking at these. This information is in your manual or here it is.
GREEN LED: All systems are normal. A solid LED light indicates the batteries are fully charged. A flashing LED indicates the batteries are being charged. NOTE: Batteries do not have to be fully charged to operate the motor unit. YELLOW LED: The motor unit has lost power and is operating off of the BBU. A solid LED with beep, sounding approximately every 2 seconds, indicates the motor unit is activating the door and is operating off of the BBU. A flashing LED with beep, sounding every 30 seconds, indicates batteries are low. Once the power is restored the BBU will recharge. This is indicated by a flashing green LED. RED LED: An error has been detected and the BBU will automatically shut off. The BBU will attempt to restart by reconnecting to the batteries. If the error is still present it will shut itself off again. This process will repeat every 5 minutes or until the error has been resolved. This is used to prevent further draining of the batteries. If a red LED remains on when the power is restored, and is accompanied by a beep sounding every 30 seconds, please call for service.


Jan 15, 2011 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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Just put new batterys in safe . but safe will not stop bleeping what is the problem


Please follow these steps
Programming a user code
There are two ways to program a user code.
A 1. Press the Program key.
2. Enter the Factory Code. The green LED remains ON
while you enter the 5-digit user code of your choice.
After 5 digits are entered the green LED turns OFF.
(To enter a new User Code, repeat these steps.)
B 1. Press the red button inside the safe. The lock will
beep and the green LED will come on.
2. Enter a 5-digit user code.
(To enter a new User Code, repeat these steps.)
Keep your new user code secure.
For your records, please copy it here:
____ ____ ____ ____ ____
Programming a password
1. Press the Program key.
2. Press it a second time.
3. Enter your 5-digit User Code. The green LED remains ON.
4. Enter the 5-digit Password of your choice (any combination
except 00000.) After 5 digits are entered, the green LED
turns OFF.
(To enter a new Password, repeat these steps. To erase the
Password, press Program twice, enter your User Code and then
enter 00000.)

Battery replacement
Below When old batteries are removed for replacement, your Password will be voided; only Factory and User Codes will work. To
reestablish your Password, follow the directions above under
Programming a Password.
Key override
If your electronic lock fails or you do not have any codes
available, you may use a key override to access this unit.
1. Remove the battery cover, disconnect and remove the
battery holder.
2. Insert the skeleton key (second set of keys provided)
into the key hole inside the opening for the battery.
3. Turn the key to the right.
4. Turn the four bit key to the right.
5. Open the door.
Signals
Your electronic-lock safe communicates by means of several
audio/visual signals.
Red (Error) LED + three beeps indicates
one of the following:
1. You have pressed Program key out of sequence
2. You have entered an invalid code or password.
3. You have let 5 seconds or more elapse between key entries.
Green (Proceed) LED + single beep occurs
1. After entering each digit of Factory or User Code, or
Password
2. After pressing Clear key
3. After pressing Program key
Green LED only
1. Comes on after you enter a valid code/password and
remains lit during the 4-second period in which the safe
can be opened.
2. Comes ON in the Program User Code mode after you enter
the Factory Code and remains lit until you have finished
entering a 5-digit User Code.
3. Comes ON in the Program Password mode after you have
entered your User Code and remains ON until you have
entered a 5-digit password.
Yellow LED
Indicates low battery and will typically not turn ON until
battery has been in use approximately two years or longer.
Your electronic lock automatically performs a low battery test
during each lock use.
If a �low battery� condition is detected the Yellow LED will
come ON and remain ON during each subsequent lock
operation. (The lock will continue to function in a Low Battery
state, until battery failure.) The Yellow LED will turn OFF only
after three consecutive Good Battery readings or after the low
batteries are replaced. (Note: If the new batteries are installed
in less than 60 seconds the Yellow LED may come ON and stay
ON during the first lock operation before it returns to OFF.)
NOTE: It is recommended you replace the batteries after two
years, or when the yellow LED remains on.

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The battery backup beeps and the service light is on. The battery tests good with a volt meter


This is battery related. On top of your unit is a battery pack with three colored led lights. You can tell what is going on by looking at these. This information is in your manual or here it is.
GREEN LED: All systems are normal. A solid LED light indicates the batteries are fully charged. A flashing LED indicates the batteries are being charged. NOTE: Batteries do not have to be fully charged to operate the motor unit. YELLOW LED: The motor unit has lost power and is operating off of the BBU. A solid LED with beep, sounding approximately every 2 seconds, indicates the motor unit is activating the door and is operating off of the BBU. A flashing LED with beep, sounding every 30 seconds, indicates batteries are low. Once the power is restored the BBU will recharge. This is indicated by a flashing green LED. RED LED: An error has been detected and the BBU will automatically shut off. The BBU will attempt to restart by reconnecting to the batteries. If the error is still present it will shut itself off again. This process will repeat every 5 minutes or until the error has been resolved. This is used to prevent further draining of the batteries. If a red LED remains on when the power is restored, and is accompanied by a beep sounding every 30 seconds, please call for service.


Dec 30, 2010 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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Opener beeps


This is battery related. On top of your unit is a battery pack with three colored led lights. You can tell what is going on by looking at these. This information is in your manual or here it is.
GREEN LED: All systems are normal. A solid LED light indicates the batteries are fully charged. A flashing LED indicates the batteries are being charged. NOTE: Batteries do not have to be fully charged to operate the motor unit. YELLOW LED: The motor unit has lost power and is operating off of the BBU. A solid LED with beep, sounding approximately every 2 seconds, indicates the motor unit is activating the door and is operating off of the BBU. A flashing LED with beep, sounding every 30 seconds, indicates batteries are low. Once the power is restored the BBU will recharge. This is indicated by a flashing green LED. RED LED: An error has been detected and the BBU will automatically shut off. The BBU will attempt to restart by reconnecting to the batteries. If the error is still present it will shut itself off again. This process will repeat every 5 minutes or until the error has been resolved. This is used to prevent further draining of the batteries. If a red LED remains on when the power is restored, and is accompanied by a beep sounding every 30 seconds, please call for service.


Nov 06, 2010 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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Powerbolt 1000 started beeping and quit functioning


  • Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
  • Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
I contacted customer support... they tell me the FAQ information on their own website is incorrect. The opposite is true, therefore the following is correct:
  • If it does not beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced
  • If the unit continues to beep, the keypad needs to be replaced
Here in Canada, they will send you a new one within 3-5 days free of charge. Call customer support:

Canada: 800-501-9471
US: 800-677-LOCK


The woman was very friendly. Great customer support!

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Jun 14, 2009 | Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock

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