If you are having trouble with your Honeywell Digital deadbolt and don’t know how to program it, don’t worry we are here for you.
In the upcoming paragraphs, we will walk you through step by step on how to program your new or existing Honeywell Digital Deadbolt which includes changing the programming code, adding/deleting a user code and resetting the lock. Let’s do it!
- Instructions to Change the Programming Code on Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
- Instruction to Add a User Code on a Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
- Instructions to Delete a User Code on a Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
- Instruction to Enable/Disable Auto Lock Function on a Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
- Instructions to Restore Factory Settings on Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
- Honeywell Digital Deadbolt – Troubleshooting Guide
Instructions to Change the Programming Code on Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
When you purchase your Honeywell digital deadbolt, it will come with four default access codes: 0-0-0-0, 1-1-1-1 and 2-2-2-2. These codes can be used as soon as you install your lock, but if you want more options for access or simply want to change them for any reason, it’s easy enough to do so.
- You need to enter the default/current Programming Code and then press the Unlock button on the keypad.
- Press number 4 on the keypad and then again press the Unlock button.
- Enter the new 6 digits Programming Code and press the Unlock button.
- At the last step Re-enter the new Programming Code to complete the process.
The light indicator on the lock will flash green light accompanied with a onetime beep indicating that the process is successfully completed.
Instruction to Add a User Code on a Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
The Honeywell Digital Deadbolt allows its users to add up to 50 User Codes that can be shared with anyone you trust or want to give access to your home while you’re away.
Each User Code must consist of 4-8 digits and is linked to a User ID from 01 to 50.
In order to add a user code on your device, follow the steps below:
- Press and hold the “Lock” button on the Honeywell Digital Deadbolt for 3 seconds until you see a series of flashes from the LED light on the touchscreen. This indicates that it is in programming mode.
- Tap on “Programming” from the main menu of your Honeywell Digital Deadbolt using your finger.
- Enter the 4-digit passcode that you want to use for this user code in the field provided then tap on “Confirm.”
Instructions to Delete a User Code on a Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
Learn how to delete the code for a user on your Honeywell digital deadbolt.
- Press and hold the Lock button for three seconds until the LED flashes green twice and then red once. The lockbox will now be in programming mode.
- Enter the user code you want to delete by pressing the corresponding number buttons on your keypad (1-4) and then press ENTER. The LED will flash green twice when successfully programmed. Repeat this step if there are more than four users.
Note: If you enter an invalid code, or if there are no codes in memory, the light will flash red five times and then turn off.
Instruction to Enable/Disable Auto Lock Function on a Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
Honeywell Digital deadbolt do have a Auto-Lock function. Although the auto lock function is disabled by default but if you want to use it you need to enable it.
You can enable the auto-lock function by following the steps stated below:
- First make sure to enter the current Programming Code and then press the Unlock button.
- After that press number 5 on keypad and then press the Unlock button.
- Enter your preferred Time-Delay (20 to 900 seconds).
- After completing the above steps press the unlock button.
The auto lock function basically locks your door after a specified time when it’s left unlocked.
Instructions to Restore Factory Settings on Honeywell Digital Deadbolt
The instructions below will help you restore your Honeywell digital deadbolt to its factory settings. This can be helpful if you have forgotten your PIN or lost the keypad.
- Remove the battery pack from the back of the lock. The battery pack slides out from under a metal tab on the top edge of the lock. If you have trouble removing it, use a butter knife or similar object to pry it out gently.
- Press and hold down the “0” button on your lock until all four digits of your personal identification number (PIN) appear in sequence on the display screen. Release this button when you see “0000.”
- Press and release “Enter” on your lock’s keypad until all four digits of your PIN appear in sequence again. Release this key when you see “0000.”
Honeywell Digital Deadbolt – Troubleshooting Guide
1. Can I install the Honeywell Digital Deadbolt myself?
Yes, you can install the Honeywell Digital Deadbolt yourself. This product is easy to install and comes with clear instructions. However, if you are not comfortable installing the product yourself, you can call an electrician or a handyman to do it for you.
2. Will the Honeywell Digital Deadbolt fit on my door?
Yes, this product is suitable for any standard size door. The product comes with two different pieces of hardware that can be used as per your door size. You just need to select the right piece of hardware and then follow the instructions in the manual to install it on your door.
3. My Honeywell Digital Deadbolt isn’t working. What should I do?
Please check the following things:
- Make sure the battery is inserted correctly. The positive side (with the plus sign) should be facing up, and the negative side (with the minus sign) should be facing down. Replace the battery if necessary.
- Make sure that your mobile device has a strong connection to Wi-Fi or cellular data. If you have trouble connecting with your mobile device while using this product, try moving closer to your Wi-Fi router or modem, or making sure that your router is turned on. If there are other wireless devices in your home interfering with the signal from this product, move them away from this product and see if it helps your connectivity issue.
- If you’re using an Apple HomeKit-enabled device, make sure that it’s connected to a 2.4 GHz network and not 5 GHz network; Apple HomeKit only works on 2.4 GHz networks at this time (not 5 GHz).