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I have found that 80 percent of Electronic Safe malfunctions are battery related. Sometimes it is as simple as replacing the customer batteries with fresh fully charged new batteries and the safe will open.
Have a good supply of 9 Volt, double AA and triple AAA Duracell batteries. I buy Duracell batteries from Walmart not only because of the price but the turnover is so high you always get fresh, new batteries.
When fresh batteries fall to open the electronic safe I use a “JumpBox.”
The JumpBox is specifically designed to open electronic locks when the operating code is known but fails to successfully open the lock. The JumpBox houses a high power lithium based cell which gets boosted by an internal high current voltage regulator circuit to provide an instantaneous surge of power and a sustained output of over four amps.Testing has shown this powerful e-lock “jump start” eliminates the need to drill nearly 70 percent of malfunctioning electronic safe locks.
If all this fails I try to replace the electronic safe dial and if the safe still will not open I drill or other methods of entry.
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