The Schlage BE365 Residential Deadbolt is by far the most common deadbolt that you can find in homes today. The reason why I say it is because it is battery operated and uses a 4-digit pin code. These are both very easy to program and will only use 4 AA and 1 9V batteries which are easier to find than some other types of deadbolts.
This guide will show you how to program a Schlage BE365 Keypad Deadbolt. You are requested to stick till the end as some important information will be conveyed.
- Changing The Programming Code On A Schlage BE365 Keypad Deadbolt
- Adding User Codes On A Schlage BE365 Lock
- Deleting The Existing User Codes On Schlage BE365
- Deleting All User Codes At Once
- How To Enable/Disable Vacation Mode On Schlage BE365
- Factory Resetting Schlage BE365 Keypad Deadbolt
- Schlage Keypad Deadbolt BE365 Troubleshooting
- 1. Why Does My Schlage BE365 Unlock Without A Code?
- 2. Why Does My Deadbolt Not Extend After Pushing The Schlage Button And Rotating Thumb Turn?
- 3. I Forgot My Programming Code; What To Do?
- 4. Why Can’t I Unlock My Schlage BE365 With A User Code?
- 5. Why Is My Schlage BE365 Blinking Red When No Codes Have Been Entered?
- 6. Why Does The Schlage Button Not Light Up When Buttons Are Pressed?
Changing The Programming Code On A Schlage BE365 Keypad Deadbolt
Schlage BE365 keypad deadbolts are a great option for those who want to be able to quickly and easily open their doors without getting a key. The BE365 is great for people with small children, as they don’t have to worry about keeping track of tiny keys or their children being locked out in the cold. However, sharing the code with friends and family can be a bit tricky. If you’ve got an older code that you want to change, it’s not hard at all. Simply follow these simple steps:
- On the outside of the deadbolt, press the “Schlage” button and hold it down until the red light turns green.
- Enter your four-digit code into the keypad on the exterior side of your lock. You will hear a single beep when it accepts your input.
- Enter a new four-digit code twice more, followed by pressing the “Schlage” button again to confirm your changes have been made successfully!
Adding User Codes On A Schlage BE365 Lock
The Schlage BE365 is a great keypad lock that allows you to give unique codes to your friends, family and guests. The codes can be set to work only during certain times of day, or on certain days of the week. You can also program the lock to allow some codes to be used at any time.
This guide will help you add new user codes to your Schlage BE365 lock so that you can give access to the people you trust. Follow the following steps to add user codes on a Schlage lock.
- Put in a code that is not used by anyone else. This should be a user code or master code.
- Press and hold the Schlage button until the Schlage button blinks.
- Press 1 within 5 seconds of releasing the Schlage button.
- Enter the desired 4 to 8 digits user code.
- Re enter the code. if the button blinks green, it means the code has been successfully added.
Deleting The Existing User Codes On Schlage BE365
You can delete the existing user codes on your Schlage BE365 with a few simple steps. The process of deleting the user codes is very similar to the way that you program user codes, but instead of pressing “1” and then entering a new code, you’ll press “2” and then enter the existing code you want to delete. Here’s how:
- Open the door where you want to delete the code.
- Press the Schlage button and hold it down and then press 2.
- Wait for three beeps and color orange and then Enter your 4 digit master code.
- The keypad will flash green. Enter the 4-digit code of the user you want to delete.
- The keypad will flash red and will make a long beep indicating that it has been deleted from memory.
Deleting All User Codes At Once
Most people think that to delete all user codes at once on a Schlage BE365 keypad deadbolt you have to go through each one and delete them all individually. Well, they are wrong. There is an easier way! It’s actually quite simple, and will save you a lot of time (especially if you have a lot of codes to delete). Here’s how it’s done:
- Press the Program button on the back of the lock (you’ll need a paperclip or other small object to do so).
- While holding down the Program button, enter your 4-digit Master Code.
- Press the Schlage button (keypad will turn blue) and then press 6. Wait for three orange lights from the Schlage button and three beeps.
- Enter the programming code. The button will light green with a long beep showing that the codes have been deleted.
How To Enable/Disable Vacation Mode On Schlage BE365
You can use the Schlage BE365 Vacation Mode feature if you’re going to be away from your home for an extended period of time. This mode simulates occupancy by activating the bolt and deadbolt at random times during a 24-hour period so that it appears someone is home. When you return home, simply disable vacation mode to restore normal operation. Here’s how to Enable Vacation Mode:
- The keypad must be unlocked before entering programming mode. Enter any valid user code or use the Schlage button on the keypad to unlock the keypad.
- Press the Schlage button and enter a valid 4-digit user code within 5 seconds to enter programming mode. The keypad will beep once if accepted and twice if rejected.
- Once it is enabled, you will have to repeat the same process and disable it.
Factory Resetting Schlage BE365 Keypad Deadbolt
If you have a Schlage BE365 Keypad Deadbolt, and you want to factory reset it in order to start from scratch, here’s how.
- Remove the battery cover on the inside of the deadbolt.
- Press and hold the button next to “Schlage” for 15 seconds. The keypad will flash red.
- While still holding down the button, replace the batteries.
- Release the button when the red light goes out. You should hear a double beep indicating that you’ve successfully factory reset your deadbolt!
Schlage Keypad Deadbolt BE365 Troubleshooting
1. Why Does My Schlage BE365 Unlock Without A Code?
One of the many great things about Schlage BE365 keyless deadbolts is the option to program them with multiple access codes. This can be an easy way to give friends, family, neighbors and other people you trust access to your home without having to hand out keys. However, if you’re finding that your lock unlocks without a code, it’s usually because of one of these reasons:
1. The lock is in programming mode.
2. There’s a problem with one or more batteries.
3. The motor doesn’t work properly.
2. Why Does My Deadbolt Not Extend After Pushing The Schlage Button And Rotating Thumb Turn?
The Lock and Leave feature enables you to set the lock so that you can press the Schlage button once, rotate the thumb turn, and then remove your key. This way, you don’t have to press the Schlage button more than once to lock your deadbolt.
To enable the Lock and Leave feature:
- Insert a valid user code into the keypad and wait for the three orange lights from the Schlage button, followed by three beeps.
- Now press the Schlage button and then press the 7 button.
3. I Forgot My Programming Code; What To Do?
If you have forgotten your programming code for your Schlage BE365, you can easily reset it. To reset the programming code on a Schlage BE365 keypad deadbolt, you’ll need to look at the back of keypad and follow the process written there.
4. Why Can’t I Unlock My Schlage BE365 With A User Code?
Sometimes, you may find that you cannot unlock your Schlage BE365 keypad deadbolt with a user code. The lock will beep 3 times, indicating an error. If this occurs, the first thing you should do is check the batteries.
If you have fresh batteries and still cannot unlock the door using your code, it maybe because the vacation mode is enabled. To enable/disable it, repeat the above explained steps.
5. Why Is My Schlage BE365 Blinking Red When No Codes Have Been Entered?
The Schlage BE365 blinks red when the battery is low. When you change the batteries, you’ll notice the blinking has stopped.
6. Why Does The Schlage Button Not Light Up When Buttons Are Pressed?
If your lock has been working fine, but suddenly stops lighting up when buttons are pressed, check that you have enough battery power left and if the power is low, replace the batteries.
I hope the above information was useful in programming the Schlage BE365 and you were able to continue your work after this small mishap. If the problem this persists and you aren’t able to program it, call an expert and he should be able to help you.