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S&G electronic safe lock is beeping 3 times every 3 seconds non stop. It's not the battery. Any suggestions?

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Bought this gun safe in 1998. Has a combination lock. Have the combination but it will not open safe.


If it is an electronic combination lock the batteries are probably discharged. In that case there should be a key and somewhere to put it in order to open the cabinet and replace the batteries. Electronic locks usually beep when the numbers are entered followed by a different beep if successful.
If it is beeping nice and loudly it would suggest you have the wrong code.

If it is a mechanical lock it must either be the wrong combination or the lock is broken and you will need specialist help, perhaps from the manufacturer.

Feb 08, 2016 | Locks & Locksmithing

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My safe, a Cathedral EA15 Will not lock. Any suggestions people?



Instructions
  1. 1

    Enter your code on the keypad located on the front of the safe. Some electronic digital safes require you to input a special character like "#" before and after your code. The safe should either beep, have a LED turn green, or display "OPEN" if you have correctly entered the code.

  2. 2

    Turn the handle to the right within five seconds of correctly entering the code. If you wait too long, the safe will lock and you will have to enter your code ag

3

Open the safe with a key. Use your emergency key that came with the safe to open it if you forgot the code or if the batteries have died. Remove the key cover from either the handle or the control panel to reveal the lock.

  1. 1

    Enter your code to open the safe.

  2. 2

    Place the electronic digital safe into code reset mode. On some models you need to hold the last digit of the code or press the "*" button to get into code reset mode. Other safes require you to open them and press a small red button on the inside of the door.

  3. 3

    Enter your new code on the keypad and press "#" to finish. Some safes may require you to press "*" or a letter to finish the code. If the safe requires it, enter the new code again to confirm that you entered it correctly.

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    Use your code to open the electronic digital safe's door.

  2. 2

    Locate and remove the battery cover on the inside of the door.

  3. 3

    Replace the used batteries with new ones. For most safes, this will require two or four AA batteries.

  4. 4

    Test the batteries. Use your code while the door is open to test the batteries before closing the safe.

Feb 08, 2015 | Locks & Locksmithing

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My lagard lock safe won't open-no battery.


If internal battery is depleted and will not allow lock to open, hold a new9-volt alkaline battery on the contact points (large battery terminal to
large keypad contact, small to small) located on the front of the keypad.
Maintain contact, enter and valid code and turn keypad to open lock.
Lock contains a non-volatile
memory, even with batteries removed the lock will retain
all programming.
NOTE: You must maintain battery contact at all times throughout the
entire procedure.

Mar 15, 2014 | Safe International Digital Electronic Safe...

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I need to reset my combination to my mesa safe


This safe was shipped with a factory Master Code of 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8.


If you changed the Master Code you will need to use the code you changed it to.


Deleting your current User Codes:
Input * - * lock will beep twice
input 6-6-6-# lock will beep twice
Input current Master Code - # lock will beep twice
Input user number - # lock will beep twice (not user code, user number is which user number you want to delete 1,2,3,4 or 5)
Re-input user number - # light stays green for 3 seconds

Example: * - * - 6 - 6 - 6 - # Master Code - # - 5 - # - 5 #
This will delete user 5
Unsuccessful code change: five beeps, repeat the steps.


Changing User Codes: Code length can be 3 to 8 digits long
Input * - * lock will beep twice
Input 4 - 4 - 4 - # lock will beep twice
Input Current User Code - # lock will beep twice
Input User Number - #
Input New User Code - # lock will beep twice
Re-input New User Code - # light stays green for 3 seconds

Example: * - * - 3 - 3 - 3 -# - User Code 2 - # - 2 - # -New User Code - # - New User Code - #

That example will change user code 2.
Unsuccessful Code Change: five beeps, repeat the steps.

There are other things you can do with the MSL-500 lock that comes on the MFL-2014E. You can change the master code, activate user codes, change user codes, delete user codes, set single user or dual user modes (dual user modes requires two user codes to be entered each time you want to open the safe, set the time delay.

The Mesa safe company has a website which does have the operating instructions for the MSL-500 electronic lock. A Google search of "Mesa MSL-500 Operating Instructions" would get you there quickly.

Oct 18, 2013 | Mesa Safes MFL2014E Safe Depository Safe...

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Began to beep in intervals. Changed batteries and it worked a couple of times then beeped twice then touchpad will not work, Five minutes later it beeped steadily for 10 seconds than stopped. Will not...


Why is my Powerbolt 1000 unit beeping?

This is the relevant excerpt from the Powerbolt programming and troubleshooting instructions:

"To determine why your lock is beeping abnormally, please follow these steps:

Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
If it does not beep, the keypad needs to be replaced (17733-1).
If the unit continues to beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced (A17734-3,3 Powerboard 1470 brass finish; A17734-3,26D Powerboard 1470 satin chrome finish; A17734-3,5 Powerboard 1470 antique brass finish)."

Since you've already gone through the battery change, try the battery remove-reinstall recommended above. If that doesn't work for you it suggests that you need to replace the appropriate Powerboard for your lock.

So this is the link to Weiser Customer Support Page, where you will find the appropriate number of your location:

http://www.weiserlock.com/en/CustomerService/ProductSupport/SupportContact.aspx

I suggest calling the appropriate toll-free number and having a conversation with a representative about this problem. You will want confirm that you need the part before you go through the expense, and that it's worth it. You will need to know the "finish" of your lock. Try to talk them into warrantying the part, in spite of the age (one year warranty on electronics), as a matter of good customer relations. They will help you get the correct part on order.

Good luck--and please provide feedback if this helps!

Sep 22, 2011 | Weiser Lock Powerbolt 1000 Lock

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Hi. Have had the lock on for at least 5 yars and has worked fine but now suddenly a problem. Locksmiths say its electrical so not their problem and vice versa so very frustrating.. Heres the...


This is the relevant excerpt from the Powerbolt programming and troubleshooting instructions:

Why is my Powerbolt 1000 unit beeping?

To determine why your lock is beeping abnormally, please follow these steps:

Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
Let it sit for 1 minute, then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
If it does not beep, the keypad needs to be replaced (17733-1).
If the unit continues to beep, the powerboard needs to be replaced (A17734-3,3 Powerboard 1470 brass finish; A17734-3,26D Powerboard 1470 satin chrome finish; A17734-3,5 Powerboard 1470 antique brass finish).

The complete page that I cut this from can be found by cutting and pasting this link into your browser search bar:

http://www.weiserlock.com/Support/Faq/50160000000HhhZAAS.aspx

Since you've already gone through the battery change, this suggests that you need to replace the appropriate Powerboard for your lock.
So this is the link to Weiser Customer Support Page:

http://www.weiserlock.com/en/CustomerService/ProductSupport/SupportContact.aspx

I suggest calling the appropriate toll-free number and having a conversation with a representative about this problem, first of all to confirm that you need the part before you go through the expense. Secondly, your lock may be new enough for you to talk them into warrantying it, and thirdly, they will be able to get the correct part on order for you.

Good luck!

Jun 25, 2011 | Weiser Lock GED1460X GED1460X15A Antique...

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Just put new batterys in safe . but safe will not stop bleeping what is the problem


Please follow these steps
Programming a user code
There are two ways to program a user code.
A 1. Press the Program key.
2. Enter the Factory Code. The green LED remains ON
while you enter the 5-digit user code of your choice.
After 5 digits are entered the green LED turns OFF.
(To enter a new User Code, repeat these steps.)
B 1. Press the red button inside the safe. The lock will
beep and the green LED will come on.
2. Enter a 5-digit user code.
(To enter a new User Code, repeat these steps.)
Keep your new user code secure.
For your records, please copy it here:
____ ____ ____ ____ ____
Programming a password
1. Press the Program key.
2. Press it a second time.
3. Enter your 5-digit User Code. The green LED remains ON.
4. Enter the 5-digit Password of your choice (any combination
except 00000.) After 5 digits are entered, the green LED
turns OFF.
(To enter a new Password, repeat these steps. To erase the
Password, press Program twice, enter your User Code and then
enter 00000.)

Battery replacement
Below When old batteries are removed for replacement, your Password will be voided; only Factory and User Codes will work. To
reestablish your Password, follow the directions above under
Programming a Password.
Key override
If your electronic lock fails or you do not have any codes
available, you may use a key override to access this unit.
1. Remove the battery cover, disconnect and remove the
battery holder.
2. Insert the skeleton key (second set of keys provided)
into the key hole inside the opening for the battery.
3. Turn the key to the right.
4. Turn the four bit key to the right.
5. Open the door.
Signals
Your electronic-lock safe communicates by means of several
audio/visual signals.
Red (Error) LED + three beeps indicates
one of the following:
1. You have pressed Program key out of sequence
2. You have entered an invalid code or password.
3. You have let 5 seconds or more elapse between key entries.
Green (Proceed) LED + single beep occurs
1. After entering each digit of Factory or User Code, or
Password
2. After pressing Clear key
3. After pressing Program key
Green LED only
1. Comes on after you enter a valid code/password and
remains lit during the 4-second period in which the safe
can be opened.
2. Comes ON in the Program User Code mode after you enter
the Factory Code and remains lit until you have finished
entering a 5-digit User Code.
3. Comes ON in the Program Password mode after you have
entered your User Code and remains ON until you have
entered a 5-digit password.
Yellow LED
Indicates low battery and will typically not turn ON until
battery has been in use approximately two years or longer.
Your electronic lock automatically performs a low battery test
during each lock use.
If a �low battery� condition is detected the Yellow LED will
come ON and remain ON during each subsequent lock
operation. (The lock will continue to function in a Low Battery
state, until battery failure.) The Yellow LED will turn OFF only
after three consecutive Good Battery readings or after the low
batteries are replaced. (Note: If the new batteries are installed
in less than 60 seconds the Yellow LED may come ON and stay
ON during the first lock operation before it returns to OFF.)
NOTE: It is recommended you replace the batteries after two
years, or when the yellow LED remains on.

Jan 09, 2011 | Safe International Electronic Digital Safe...

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Lost instructions for sandleford E.S.20 safe


The operating instructions on the ES20 as per the crappy manual:

Open safe using emergency key provided

Insert batteries in the box inside the door

Opening the safe
a. pre-set factory code 159
b. input 159 (the yellow light will flash and the buzzer will beep), then press B or A button, the green light will be on, rotate the knob clockwise, pull outwards, the door is opened

Closing the safe: close the door, input the code (the green light will flash for 5 secs). Turn the knob anti clockwise, the control system will activate and the safe will be locked

Changing the code: open the safe, press the red button located inside the door, the yellow light will go on indicating the code can be changed. Input the new code (1-8 digits), then press A or B button, it shall be confirmed by two beeps indicating the new code has been accepted and stored. If the yellow light and buzzer beeps 3 times the code is invalid - try again

Emergency Key - store in secure place NOT inside the safe. Remove the override cover in the centre of the face of Safe (its a silver plastic panel with Sandleford Electronic Safe ES20 on it), insert override key (a cyclinder key) - hidden underneath the override cover panel - and turn anti clockwise, rotate the knob clockwise to open door

Changing the Battery - If the red and green light are on this indicates that the batteries are low and require changing. To ensure the batteries have been installed correctly test before closing the door

References:
1. Operating instructions EA Electronic Safe
2. http://www.secustar.com/products-en/estype-safe.htm

Jan 09, 2009 | Sentry Fireproof Safe

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