TSA locks are required for all customers travelling to the USA. The TSA screens every passenger’s baggage before it is placed on the plane. At their discretion, from time to time, they choose to open a passenger’s luggage for closer inspection. When this occurs, if the luggage is fitted with any lock other than those approved by the TSA, they will destroy whatever lock is fitted to gain access.
Luggage locks approved by the TSA have a universal master key that will open the locks. Only the TSA have a copy of this master key. Every TSA approved lock has an identifying mark that shows it may be opened by the master key. All Samsonite TSA locks feature the red TSA logo.
Below we have listed instructions how to set Samsonite TSA locks.
Before setting your lock make sure that the lock is set on 000 (default code) or if you have changed it already - on your current code.
If you can't remember your current code, unfortunately there is no way of resetting the lock.
You have to either try all combinations available or contact our Samsonite Repair Centre.