Ok, there you have it! Let go of the shackle clasp to move past the stopping point of the dial. You'd be right if both sides need to be correct before either will open, but I can't say I've seen such locks yet. Identify where the locking mechanism is. With the Combination Step 2 Roll the middle dial until the appropriate number lines up with the number to its left. The combination will reveal itself, letting you pull the U-ring away from the body of the lock. Although I don't have a 646 in hand, locks of that style generally accept new combinations as follows:. When the dials are moved or jumbled, the keyholes become dis-aligned and the toothed pin cannot be removed and is therefore locked in place.
Test for the third number. Your combination is now set. Add 4 to the remainder number. On some models, you will not have to hold the shackle in place. Good, now continuously hold the little button that releases the latch in the position that will open the case once the proper combination is inserted.
Turn the dial counterclockwise to find the second number. Once again rotate each of the remaining dials to find which is the hardest to rotate in my case it was dial 'B'. Then turn the dial clockwise very slowly, testing each possible combination. Gently fold the shim around the shackle of the lock. Set your first two numbers as if you were ready to unlock.
The factory default is 0-0-0, so use this combination if another combination has never been set for the lock. This article has also been viewed 827,459 times. Rotate the combination wheels to the current code. Resetting Your Combination Step 3 Turn the hook another 90 degrees counterclockwise while it is depressed into the body of the lock. If you lose the combination it can be very frustrating not to have access to your belongings.
On the fourth pass, leave the zero under the arrow. Now with the help of a torch light you should see a small gap above the rotating thing the one with which you change your number Take the first rotating thing and rotate from 0 to 9, at some particular number you can see a small hole inside the small gap which I have mentioned before. With the Combination Step 3 Pull the body of the lock away from the U-shaped metal ring without turning any of the dials. The following are the lock picking instructions you requested from Samsonite Consumer Relations. Note it on the same piece of paper. In combination locks it is generally the case that repeats are allowed. .
Lift the lid from the security lock box. The word combination implies that order is irrelevant, which is no … t the case on a combination lock. If the button is released while you are setting the combination, the ComboSaver will set to a combination that you may not have specified. Keep going consecutively through the numbers on the dial as you try to find the first number, remembering to avoid the numbers that are two or six more than the second number. The numbers showing on the wheels will be your combination.
Rotate the shackle 180 degrees so that it is parallel with the body of the lock -- just as though you were about to close … it, but with the shackle facing the wrong way. Make certain the lever remains up in the closed position with the last combination set. Ok, now that you are certain of you first digit write it down, remember it, or whatever. Ask the distributor to contact the manufacturer on your behalf to validate your ownership of the lock and provide you with the combination. Then, set a new combination that you should record or remember. Things You'll Need Move the Master lock's numbered dial clockwise; spin the zero past the indicator arrow for three consecutive passes.
Now do the other side, but first check you first side's combination. But that only applies to some locks. I have been setting possible combinations for way too long and still haven't opened it. First of all you will have to thread your length of rope through the loop on the lock and fold it in half around the shackle as shown in the first photo. This step may seem like a pain, but it saves a ton of time, so if the combination does not open the lock, you aren't blind and just have to guess the numbers. A lock has three main components.