Unlock Your Possibilities: Resetting a 3-Digit Lock Box

Are you tired of misplacing the key to your lock box? Or maybe you’ve forgotten the combination altogether. Whatever the case may be, resetting a 3-digit lock box is easier than you think. In this article, we’ll provide step-by-step instructions on how to reset your 3-digit lock box and regain access to your valuables.

Unlock Your Possibilities: Resetting a 3-Digit Lock Box

What You’ll Need

  • Your locked 3-digit lock box
  • A paper clip or other small tool that can fit into the reset button hole
  • A new personalized combination

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Start with your locked 3-digit lockbox in front of you.
  2. Locate the reset button hole – typically it’s located above or below where you enter the current combination.
    • If there isn’t an obvious reset button hole, check the manufacturer’s guidelines for specific location details.
  3. Straighten out one end of a standard size paperclip or use another small pointy object.
  4. Insert the straightened-out end into the reset button hole until it clicks down and remains in place
  5. While holding down on the reset button with your clip, turn each digit wheel clockwise (away from yourself) until they stop at a zero mark
  6. Release/reset/let go/flick/twist/release/undo/hit release (use any verb that indicates let go off)the paperclip from inside of button-hole—it will spring back out
    7.Enter in three digits for your unique combination following these steps:

    • First, choose any number between one and nine as your first digit.
    • Secondly, spin counterclockwise once around until reaching number “one” again (past “nine”).
  7. Thirdly select second digit from ten through nineteen by rotating direction (spin clockwise), then immediatley stop when the desired digit is reached
    • Note: For the third digit, repeat step two.
  8. Test your new combination by turning the dials to line up with your new code and opening the lock box.

Congratulations! Your 3-digit lock box is now reset with a new personalized combination.

Tips to Keep in Mind

  • Choose a memorable Personal Identification Number (PIN) for your next lock use
  • Avoid using easily accessible numbers like birthdays or anniversaries as they can be easy to guess. Instead, choose random digits that are memorable only to you but difficult for others guessing.
  • Write down the code somewhere safe and secure so you don’t forget it again.
  • Practice resetting and unlocking it several times after setting up just in case if there was an error during setup

By following these simple steps, you can unlock endless possibilities for securing your valuables with a reset 3-digit lock box.


Sure, here are 3 popular FAQs with answers related to resetting a 3-digit lock box:

How do I reset the combination on my 3-digit lock box?

To reset the combination on your 3-digit lock box, follow these steps:
– Open the lock using the current combination.
– Locate the reset button or lever usually located inside of the shackle hole.
– Hold down the reset button or lever and set a new combination that you can remember.
– Release the reset button or lever and scramble to secure it.

What should I do if I forget my new combination for my 3-digit lock box?

If you forget your new combination for your 3-digit lock box after resetting it, unfortunately there is no way to recover it. You will need to start over by following the instructions in question one above.

It may be helpful to write down your new combination somewhere safe as soon as you set it so that you don’t forget it.

My 3-digit lockbox won’t open even though I am entering what I believe is the correct code – what should I do?

If your lockbox won’t open even though you believe you’re entering in the right code, try double-checking that all numbers are lined up properly and that none of them have accidentally moved out of place. Make sure all three numbers click into place when selected.

If this still does not work, make sure there aren’t any other issues such as rusted metal parts within its mechanism or potential damage caused by wear-and-tear of usage over time which might require repair services from qualified professionals.