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The SL-590 KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box with Wall Mount

The SL-590 KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box- Wall Mount

The KeyGuard Pro Wall Mounted Lock Box part number SL-590 has a nice heavy-duty metal frame that has the weather guard to keep the keypad nice and clean. It is a push button with both numbers and letters on it that could give a wide variety of codes.

 KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

On the inside, you can see four holes that you can use to attach it, accompanied by some necessary screws and anchors. And it goes without saying that if you're going to secure this to like concrete or something, make sure you get the appropriate anchor for that.

 Inside of the KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

Aside from that, check out how deep and extensive the box is. I tried putting some keys, and you can see how much space is still in here. It's pretty impressive.

 deep box in the KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

HOW TO CHANGE THE COMBINATION

Open the lunchbox by pressing down this metal above the keypad.

Once you have it open, at the back of each keypad, you'll notice that it has little triangles in it. When these triangles are facing upwards, it means that they're 'Off,' and if they're facing down, it means that they are 'On.' If there's an existing combination, turn them 'Off' first before entering a new one.

 changing the combination in the KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

To set the combination, turn the triangle until it faces down using a screwdriver.

 KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

To be able to lock it, you have to press the newly set combination first. It means that you won't be able to lock yourself out of the lockbox.

 KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

Once it is locked, press the buttons of your combination to unlock it. You can put them in any order you want as long as all the controls of your combination are pushed.

 using the KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

If you put the wrong combination or hit the wrong button, all you have to do is pull the lever down here to reset the keypad so you can put the right combination.

 KeyGuard Pro Punch Button Key Box

That's how you set the combination on the push button lockbox, the KeyGuard Pro Wall Mounted.

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