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Q: How do I erase the personal entry codes?

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How do I erase the personal entry codes?

All the personal entry codes can be erased quickly, by following these steps: 1. Enter the factory set entry code, which is located on the owner’s wallet card. 2. Within five seconds, press and release the 1-2 button. 3. Within five seconds, press the 1-2 button again, and hold for two seconds.

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