Electronic Lock Programming Programming FAQs Can the “Yale Real Living” preset programming code be changed? It is easy to change the preset six-digit programming code at any time. Note: the factory set programming code must be changed before any user codes can be added. Refer to the Programming/Operating Instructions for complete details or view the programming video on www.yalehome.com. Why is the programming code required to add or delete a user code? For added security, a valid 4 to 8 digit programming code must be entered in order to add, delete or change a user or the programming code. In order to prevent unauthorized changes, the programming code should not be shared and a record of all the codes should be kept in a safe place. How many user codes can be stored in the “Yale Real Living” Keypad Deadbolts? The keypad deadbolt can store up to 250 four to eight digit user codes, in addition to the programming code. Can all of the user codes and the programming code be changed in the lock to ensure previous owners do not have access to the house? “Yale Real Living” keypad locks have advanced features that provide the option of changing all of the codes for maximum security. To change all codes, including the programming code, follow these steps: 1. Change the programming code2. Delete ALL user codes3. Add NEW user codes Refer to the Programming/Operating Instructions for complete details or view the programming video on www.yalehome.com. What if the programming code is not known? The factory preset code label can be found in the Programming/Operating Instructions. If the programming code has been changed and is unknown, it is necessary to reset the lock to factory settings. For instructions on how to reset the lock to original preset settings, please refer to the Programming/Operating Instructions.