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<li>The original factory code
is 1-5-9 A (or B) to open the safe. There is usually an override key
for your safe in case you have lost your code.</li>
Once the unit is open, you can reset the combination by pressing the red
button, the yellow light will come on. Input a new code 3-8 numbers
and then either the A or B button to finish the code.</li>
Test your new code several times before locking.</li>
If you don't have an over ride key, the first three digits of the serial number should be the key code.</li></ol>
You need to open the door and press the red button inside the safe, on the door, near the hinge. Yellow LED will go on. Enter your new code (3-8 digits) followed by the hash key '#'. Yellow LED will go off to indicate the new code has been accepted and stored.
If the new programming attempt fails, the Yellow LED will flash with 5 beeps. You must attempt you new code again.