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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To bad you dismantled. Here is the turning sequence:
General Turning Sequence Instruction NOTE SAFE MODEL 5054/5055/5059/5080/5081/5084/5111/5190/5195/5575/5700/5702.
Combinations consist of FOUR (4) positions (numbers).
BEFORE YOU START
Before you begin, please clear all settings by turning the dial CLOCKWISE (to the right)
three times. We also recommend to try the procedure with your safe door open first. Then
follow these steps:
1. Start the dial on 0 (zero).
2. Turn the dial to the RIGHT, passing your first combination number FOUR (4)
times and stopping at that number on the fifth time around.
3. Turn the dial to the LEFT, passing your second combination number TWO (2)
times and stopping at that number the third time around.
4. Turn the dial to the RIGHT, passing your third combination number ONE (1) time
and stopping at that number the second time around.
5. Turn the dial to the LEFT, to the last combination number and STOP.
6. Insert the key in the cylinder lock and turn RIGHT to open.
Your safe should now be opened.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
You can mail a notorized letter, requesting a combination...include model and serial number...mail to Sisco, 2835 E, Ana Street, Compton, CA 90221.....or fax it to 310-638-3489. I had the same problem and found out thru a Brinks website.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
My program shows 3 possible key blanks if it is a tubular key that fits this safe then the blank # would be Ilco 1137B, If your key has cuts on both sides of the blade then it would take an Ilco 1626, If it has cuts on only one side of the blank then it would take an Ilco 1531 I hope that helps if you have any more questions you can contact me thru my website at www.jambrilocksmith.org Bob
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: I HAVE A BRINKS SECURITY
Hi ginny. Call your local locksmith. Have the brand, model number and serial number of your safe handy. They will generally be able to make you a new key with this information. Joe
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