Antler Case Reset Combination Lock Instructions

Written by jon stefansson | 13/05/2017

British-owned Antler travel cases use American Transport and Security Administration (TSA) approved "Travel Sentry" locks on their suitcases, backpacks, cabin cases and other travel luggage. You might want to reset your Antler Travel Sentry lock if the someone finds out the combination or if you suspect the code is too simple to guess. To ensure the maximum level of security, the lock requires the existing three or four-digit code before programming a new one.

Enter your existing combination using the dials. Your code should be displayed top-to-bottom or left-to-right, lined up with the markings. The factory default is "000" or "0000." The lock should now open.

Twist the shackle 90 or 180-degrees away from the hole. A small ridge on the shackle lines up with a slot in the body of the lock.

Push the shackle downward as if you were closing it. The lock is now in the reset position.

Spin the dials until your new combination is lined up with the markings.

Lift the shackle back up, turn it back 90 or 180-degrees and lock it as normal. The new combination code should work immediately.

Enter your existing combination using the dials. Your code should be displayed top-to-bottom or left-to-right, lined up with the markings. The factory default is "000" or "0000." The lock should now open.

Hold down the "Reset" button on the side of the lock with the thin-tipped object. The "Reset" buttons is located next to the small TSA keyhole. Hold down the small metal bar inside the base of the lock if there is no reset button on your model.

Spin the dials until your new combination is lined up with the markings and release the reset button or bar. The new code is now programmed and should work immediately.

Tips

  • Make a note of your new code and keep it in a safe, secure place for future reference.

Tips and Warnings

  • Make a note of your new code and keep it in a safe, secure place for future reference.

Things you need

  • Thin-tipped object, such as a pen

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