Zero Halliburton cases provide storage and security for luggage, cameras and laptop computers. These cases, made of polycarbonate, aluminium or carbon fibre, are designed to prevent damage and deter theft. Many Zero Halliburton products use a locking mechanism that opens when a three-digit combination is entered. If you travel frequently, you might want to change the combination on a regular basis. This can be done by entering your current combination, then flipping the lock's changing lever.
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Enter the current three-digit combination by turning the dials on the lock of the Zero Halliburton case.
Open the Zero Halliburton bag or case, and locate the change lever on the back of the lock. Pull the change lever to the left, then up, locking it in place.
Enter a new three-digit combination by turning the dials. Push the change lever back in its original position by pushing it down and to the right.
Turn all of the dials to lock the case. Test the new combination by turning the dials to the correct numbers, then opening the Zero Halliburton case.
Tips and warnings
- When choosing a new combination, do not use all of the same numbers (such as 5-5-5), or sequential numbers (such as 1-2-3). Such a combination is easy for thieves to guess.
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