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If you have the small electronic Bunker Hill safe with lost keys and dead batteries, this is a potential solution... Take a hammer and strike the top of the safe while attempting to open at the same time. You may need to place on object on top of the safe such as a flip flop shoe to strike with hammer to smooth out the pressure when striking. It should pop open after several attempts.
Posted on Apr 08, 2013
Bunker hill safes have a hand held programmer (for installers only) that will allow a "power open" on the safe. Basically it is a small unit that contains batteries to provide power to the safe. It's kind of a one-last-open tool.
Unfortunatly you will have to go to a locksmith or installer for these safes in order to have them do a power open.
If you go to a locksmith that doesn't have one of these unit s/he will offer to drill the safe or pick the lock for you.
This may be your only option if you don't have a dealer in your area.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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