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Dont no if batteries or flat or not . . opened it a couple of days ago and it was fine, now there is nothing
If the batteries are flat you will need a key to open your safe, the keyhole is usually under a plastic cover on the front of the door.
If the batteries were getting low a light should have warned you.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 16, 2009
Lost my keys to my safe , and l didn't set a code
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