This video gives instructions on how to reset your KryptoFlex Cable combination lock:
This video provides instructions on how to reset your Combo Folding lock:
Below are a list of our resettable combination locks and the written instructions on how to reset the combination.
If you do not see the instructions for your particular lock, please let us know by submitting a request with your lock model or picture.
Don't forget to register your combination after you reset it.
I have a kryptonite lock that is not listed here and I'd like to reset the combination. I don't know the model number. I purchased it new in the late 1990s. It is a retractable, thin-cabled lock like the R4. It has a button that opens the lock and a switch to retract the cable. The combination is 3 numeric digits. The casing is black plastic. One on side, "KRYPTONITE" is written in white. On the other side, there is a silver sticker that reads "KRYPTONITE" in black and above that, embossed into the casing is "PAT PEND."
There are no other buttons on it and I can't figure out how to reset the combination. Can you provide instructions, please? Thanks.
I have the same lock and need to reset the combination from the default 000 factory setting
Thank you SrFade! I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds like it would work :)
I actually figured out my combination using brute force: I started with 000, 001, .... fortunately my combination is 2XX so it didn't take that long haha
can we get an answer from kryptonite support please ? - I do not recall my combo and the srfade method doesnt work on the lock - mine is the sam as wesley torres has in his picture - I used to lock my helmet onto my motorcycle with mine and i wish to do so again. the lock is sitting useless until i can reset it.
With any combination lock, you would need the combination in order to open the lock and reset it. Unfortunately, there is no "quick fix".
I got a KryptoFlex 1565 and, right out of the packaging, attempted resetting the password numbers. What they don't tell you in the instructions (and illustrate in the accompanying Figure 3) is that the red reset buttons that you push down and turn MUST TURN ALL THE WAY counterclockwise until they reach the stops in the slots. The instructions say "turn counterclockwise until it comes to a stop"...not until it comes to the end of the slot. This can be very misleading, as with my reset buttons they didn't want to rotate all the way to the end of the slot. I tried using significant pressure and turning them after pressing down and there was no way to get them to rotate that full distance. As a result, I ended up resetting about half of the four numbers in my new sequence instead of the complete four. I got the lock post stuck halfway in (or out) of the locking post and I spent a long time finding the correct combination to successfully extract the post out of the lock again. After I did, I attempted to reset my own numbers once more and this time I got the red reset buttons to completely turn to the end of the slot. After that, it worked (and works now) like a dream. Maybe this all happened because the lock is brand new but it would have helped immensely if they had included my second sentence with the combination reset instructions. Happy riding and locking. :)
I also have one like the model that Wesley describes in the Aug 13 post. I must have originally set a combination and then it has been in a drawer unlocked for some time. Unfortunately, the digits have been turned while in the open position and I don't recall the 3 digits to use to lock the cable. Pressing on the post inside to reset seems useful only if you can dial the three correct digits first. Is there any way to reset or do I need to try the 1,000 possible combinations to find the one that opens before I can reset?
wayne apparently they don't have a method to help us with the lock - I have tossed mine in the garbage and will begin looking for a new one soon i must keep my helmet from getting stolen....
Kryptonite does offer a Rekey Service for customers in the USA and Canada. The cost is $10.00 USD for a cable lock. Lock and payment can be sent to: Kryptonite, 437 Turnpike Street, Canton, MA 02021, Attn: Rekey Dept.
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