How do you open a jammed safe?

How do you open a jammed safe?

Jammed Bolt Work Turn your back to the safe, and kick the door, hard, a few times. Be sure that you do not kick the keypad or the handle. This will help loosen the bolt work. Next, pull the handle in the opposite direction than you normally do and enter the code.

How do you reset a safe without the code?

If you’ve forgotten your passcode, you can reset it by using a thin rod or wire to press the reset button on the inside of the door panel. If all else fails, you can try breaking open the lock or drilling through the override key slot.

How do I change the batteries on my safe?

Find it here. Pull out the battery drawer on side of electronic lock to the right. Insert 4-batteries as indicated (Do not use rechargeable, or Non-Alkaline. Do not mix old with new batteries or mix brands of batteries). Replace the electronic lock by sliding in to the left. Pull out the battery drawer.

Why does my safe not open when the batteries are dead?

One of the features of well designed and manufactured electronic safes is that the battery consumption is constant and gradual, thereby avoiding the unpleasant situation in which until the day before the warning the batteries seemed to be charged and then just a few days later the safe will no longer open.

How do you install batteries in a Honeywell safe?

First, take out the override key with a small screwdriver. Then, insert the key and turn it to the left to unlock the safe. Then, rotate the knob to the right and open the door. Next, take off the battery compartment cover and install the batteries.

What should I do if my car battery is low?

If battery is low and unable to operate open, use Battery Auxiliary Override. This should not be used as a primary means of gaining entry into safe. Open the silicone cap found on the side of the electronic lock. Insert a 9 volt battery into slot. If attached properly, you will get 3 chirps from electronic lock.