The GE Interlogix Supra-C Lockbox is a small device used to store keys, most commonly used by real estate agents to access homes for sale without leaving the keys in plain sight or having to individually distribute the keys to a large staff. The lockbox fits on most doorknobs and includes a rubber door guard and is chrome plated for durability. The lockbox has a combination pad for users to set access codes that others must enter in order to open the lockbox and remove the keys.
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Press the "Clear" and "Open" buttons on the lockbox lid at the same time and pull up on the lid to remove.
Locate the plastic card in the back of the lid and set it aside. Locate the 10 arrow buttons on the lid and turn the lid so that "1" is positioned on the top left-hand corner.
Use the tip of the plastic card, which is marked with a screwdriver icon, to turn all arrow buttons to face left.
Use the tip of the plastic card to turn the desired arrow buttons for the new access code to the right. Most codes are between four and seven digits long.
Place the plastic card back inside the lid, put the keys inside the lockbox and close the lid. The access code is now set.
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