Decoder for Mottura Pump Locks - Gen 1, Gen 2 & Gen 3

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Decoder that covers Mottura Pump Locks – Generation 1, Generation 2 and Generation 3. Easy procedure that will open 100% of the Mottura Pump Locks. The tool requires basic knowledge and a bit of practice.

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MOTTURA Pump Generation 1 with 6 code levers with separators between them. General reflexive spring that impacts all 6 code levers. Only one of those 6 is the leading one and we must first locate it. By rule it is in lever position 3 or 4!

1 step – finding the LEADING lever:

It can be determined visually very easily – in Gen 1 Mottura the leading lever is thicker than the others. Additionally its IT’S ALWAYS in position 3 or 4 

2 step – Fixing the position of the LEADING lever:

After we have determined (by its thickness) which one, the 3rd or the 4th, is the leading lever, its time to determine in which code (depth) we must position it.

1. Release all handles –  Unbutton them from the respective buttons 1-2-3-4-5-6 by pulling the buttons up. Push all handles towards the body of  at maximum height – code 1 and insert into the lock

2. Depending which is the leading lever we observe only the one in question (after the tool is extracted from the lock)

Example: if its the 3rd lever

Rule: If handle 3 stops at height level 7, we move it to a height level of 3, if it is at a height of 6 move to a height of 1. 

Example: if its the 4th lever

Rule: If handle 4 stops at height level 7, we move it to a height level of 3, if it is at a height of 6 move to a height of 1. 

We fix (button down) the Leading handle into its position and do not touch it till the rest of the opening procedure! We also lock the other handles in the positions they are!

3 step – Opening procedure 

  1. WIth all handles fixed (buttons pushed down) Insert the decoder till the end, give tension to the left or to the right, hold the tension and check the handles (ONE BY ONE) for free movement forward / about 0.5 mm/. (You skip the leading handle always, its already in the correct code). 

IMPORTANT

Extract the tool after every try on each handle. Because the levers are connected with only 1 general spring, it must be released every time you try!

  1. You have two options – if the handle goes forward with approximately 0.5 mm it is ok and you do not touch it. If it doesn’t move and it stays rigid you must manipulate it. With Mottura Gen 1 it is IMPORTANT to extract the tool after every “touch” on each handle!
  1. Extract the tool. Release the handles (unbutton) the rigid ones with no movement and move their position with 1 to the top of the blade. Example: if it is was in position 7 we need to unlock it and to move it to code position 6 and then to lock it again. You repeat that procedure with all rigid ones with no movement forward. After you change their positions, lock all buttons and insert the tool again
  1. You repeat the procedure. And you touch them again one by one (you always skip the leading     position handle). You manipulate only the ones that are rigid and have no movement! But you always check all of them as their state change accordingly 

5. You repeat the same procedure until the lock is opened

Mottura Pump Locks Generation 2 and Generation 3

Both locks consist of 6 code levers and between them, unlike Gen 1, have no NO splitting plates. 

There is a general reflexive spring that impacts all 6 code levers. But they also have individual springs per each lever. Only one of those 6 is the leading one and we must first locate it. By rule it is in lever position 3 or 4! In those two lock types there are also anti-picking cuts in the codes

levers.

1 step – finding the LEADING lever:

1. Release all handles –  Unbutton them from the respective buttons 1-2-3-4-5-6 by pulling the buttons up. Push all handles towards the body at maximum height – code 1 and insert into the lock with all handles unbuttoned until we make contact with the code area and then fix them by pushing down all buttons. Extract the tool out of the lock.

Example: if its the 3rd lever

Rule: If handle 3 stops at height level 7, we move it to a height level of 3, if it is at a height of 6 move to a height of 1. 

Example: if it’s the 4th lever

Rule: If handle number  4 stops at height level 7, we move it to a height level of 3, if it is at a height of 6 move to a height of 1. 

Nota Bene:

If both levers (3 and 4) are at height 7 when we extract the tool, we need to apply different approach:

Insert the tool into the lock, apply tension to the left or to the right and push handle 3 towards the lock. If you feel pulling and a stop this means that the 3rd is the LEADING lever and we set its position in code 3. If handle 3 moves almost freely and without a stop we go to handle 4 and repeat the same procedure. Remember that one of those 2 (handles 3 or handle 4) is the leading one, so pay special attention to this first stop!

2. Extract the decoder, fix the other handles by pushing the buttons down and continue

forward.

We fix (button down) the Leading handle into its position and do not touch it till the end of the opening procedure! We also lock the other handles in the positions they are!

3. Insert the decoder to the max inside the pump, and give tension to the left or right, hold the tension stationary and check the handles by lightly pushing them towards the lock (one by one). For Mottura Gen 2 and Gen 3 is important to know that every lever has a spring and if it is in code or in anti-picking you will feel a springy effect (slight movement forward ) and when released this same spring will return it back 

If the handle has no “springy” effect, if it is rigid this means it is not in code and must be moved on the next position

Example: if it was in position 7 we need to unlock it and to move it to code position 6 and then to lock it again. You repeat that procedure with all rigid ones with no movement forward. After you change their positions, lock all buttons and insert the tool again

  1. You repeat the procedure. And you touch them again one by one (you always skip the leading     position handle). You manipulate only the ones that are rigid and have no movement! But you always check all of them as their state change accordingly 

5. You repeat the same procedure until the lock is opened

IMPORTANT. If/ when some of the levers fall into anti-picking the “springy” effect will be there. This lever won’t be rigid but it won’t be in code also. As the procedure continues, the ones in anti-picking (with springy effect ) will become rigid, hence at some point we will have to adjust their position accordingly. This is why it is CRUCIAL to touch every handle (except the one that is Leading) until the lock is opened!

Weight 0.750 kg

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