Changing the Master Code Using the Installer Code on a Honeywell Lyric


Hey, DIYers. Jarrett with Alarm Grid here. Today we’re going
to be discussing if you can change the master
code using the installer code for the Honeywell Lyric panels. Yes, you can change the master
code using the installer code in the Honeywell Lyric panel. The systems installer
toolbox does have an option to be able to reset the master
code to its default, which is 1, 2, 3, 4. The master code to the
Honeywell Lyric panels is the main code
that you would use to arm and disarm the system. Now, this code is normally
changed for security purposes. So if you were a user and
you were to possibly forget the master code or if
you were a new homeowner and you don’t know the master
code to the Honeywell Lyric panel, there is a way that
you can reset the master code using the installer
code in the Honeywell Lyric. The default installer code for
the Honeywell Lyric systems is 4, 1, 1, 2. Now we do recommend that
you do keep the installer code as its default in
the Honeywell Lyric panel so that later down the road
if you were to possibly change the installer code
and you forget it, there is no way to re-access
programming, or backdoor the system, in order to
re-access programming without that code. So you do want to
keep that in mind. Now, there is no security
risk to keeping the installer code to the Honeywell Lyric
panel as its default, because– I mean, as long as you’re
not arming and disarming system using that code. So if you were a
user and you did want to change or reset the
master code using the installer code, you’ll just follow
these simple steps. So on the main menu you’re
going to see Security. You’re going to tap Security. And then on the
top right, you’re going to see Tools,
so just tap on Tools. And you’re going to type
in your installer code. The default installer code
for the Honeywell Lyric is 4, 1, 1, 2. And then on the top left,
you’re going to press Program. And on the right side, you’re
going to look for a down arrow. You’re just going to tap
that down arrow real quick. And then you should see on the
left side in the middle, Reset Master Code. So you’re just
going to tap that. And you’re going to press
Yes to confirm that you do want to reset the master code. Once you’ve done that, then you
could just hit the back arrow. And at this point, you can
just hit the house button to go back all the way
to the home screen. So to check that we have reset
the master code to its default, I’m going to go into
the system and we’re going to access the
master tool box, using that default master
code, which is 1, 2, 3, 4. So you’re going to
go into Security. And you’re going to
go back into Tools. And you’re going to type
in that default master code, which is 1, 2, 3, 4. So now we have successfully
changed, or reset the master code to its default. So now that
you are in the master tool box, if you did want to change that
master code to any four digit number that you want to, you’ll
just follow these simple steps. So on the top left in
the master tool box, you’re just going
to press Users. And then, again, on the top
left, you should see Master. So you’re going
to tap on Master, and then you’re going to
press Edit on the bottom. All right. Now, when you’re in
this menu, you’re going to see four
different options. So the option that you’re going
to want to choose is User Code. So you’re going to
tap on user code. And this is where you can
type in any four digit number that you want to be
for your master code. For demonstration
purposes, I’m just going to put the master
code to its default, which is 1, 2, 3, 4. Once you’ve confirmed that you
have typed in the four digit code that you do want,
you’re going to press Done. And then you’re
going to press Save. At this point, you can just
hit the green house button to go all the way back
to the home screen. And that is how you change the
master code using the installer code on the Honeywell
Lyric panels. If you have any questions
on a Honeywell Lyric panels, or alarm systems
in general, please contact us at
[email protected], or go to our website
alarmgrid.com. If you found this video
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on future videos, please click the bell icon. This is Jarrett with Alarm Grid. You have yourself a great day.

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