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Posted on Apr 03, 2019
Don't know this model (sounds American) but in general batteries can only be replaced once the safe is open.
For emergency access (sensible) models have a couple of externally accessible terminals onto which you press a 9 volt battery and then open with your combination so you can get to the internal battery to change it.
Looks like this model (from a pic found online at https://en.shpock.com/i/WgwKN4clWgXDaZ53/ ) has a key over-ride to unlock for emergencies. In that case it's unlikely to have an external battery connection.
Also from a pic online at
the battery is accessed (once opened) via the battery cover clearly visible!!! on the back of the door.
If you haven't noticed this my guess is you have not opened it, in which case....
If you don't have a key then chuck out the safe.
My reasoning is if you can open it without key or combo then it's a useless junky safe, so ditch it. If you can't, then the only way to retrieve the contents is to cut it up, and then you will have to ditch it anyway.
CAVEAT: URLS go dead, so the picture may not be valid by the time you read this.
Posted on Feb 03, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open the safe door and press the s key press the I key twice then press the red button on the inside of door near the hinges. you will hear 2 long beeps. press the s key and then the red button and you will hear a beep enter your combination up to 12 numbers then press the E key your combination is now set. Best of luck
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
I used my wife's hairdryer and heated the outside for a few minutes so that the heat could get to the batteries. Left it for a few minutes and tried to open it once again and Bingo.. it opened..
have new batteries and told the wife not to forget next time..
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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