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My safe has 9-volt battery when I put in code the proceed light

Flashes and red error is burning.If i change battery will I have to reprogram as I have misplace book.

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    I do not have a book or infromation on reprograming.my safe is sentry 1620

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Hi,
Check Sentry Safe Support for manual and programing.

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If the batteries are low, the red light (in the middle) will warn you immediately. To test the batteries, just input your personal numbers to open the door. If the batteries are low, the red light will be on. If nothing happens, it means that the batteries are in order.


Yes u have to re program to do that ...

A. Locate the red button on the back of the door near the light bulb. Turn on the light to locate it. Press it and release it and you will hear two beeps. The yellow light will be on at the same time.
B. Now press from 3 to 8 numbers that you wish to uses as a combination, and confirm by pressing the letter “B” within 15 seconds. Or you have to do it from the beginning over.
C. Write down your new combination immediately and with the home wall safes door open check whether your new combination has been programmed. Enter the new combination then press the letter A. Remember A to open the home wall safe and B to change the combination.

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If you do it quickly, re-programming may not be necessary. else, just visit Sentry website for the manuals

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Hi,
    No not at all just changee the battery and carry on.
  Thanks for using fixya.

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No.only just changing the battery why to reprogram.it will work normally as u change the battery.

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If you do it fast you should not but if you wait to long it will need to be reprogramed

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Yes,u will have to reprogram it 

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