Question about Home Security
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll need to go here:
There is no "default code", but they do keep the serial number and code on file, for just this purpose.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
By Office1000 at 06/04/2006 20:46
"I bought a used Sentry Safe at a garage sale"
"I bought a business and it came with a Sentry Safe that is locked"
We get these requests everyday. Unfortunately, eventhough Office1000.com sells many Sentry Safe products, we don't have combinations for any of them. There is a quick and easy answer. It can be found on Sentry's webpage and we have reprinted here it for your convenience (though of course the details may be changed at anytime):
First, find your safeâ€™s Model and Serial Number.
The Serial Number is in this packet, and is also printedon the small label beside the door hinge (outside). Send a copyof this, a notarized letter (last name must be different than that of owner) stating you are the safeâ€™s owner, and a check or money order for $12.00* (U.S. funds) to: Sentry Group, Dept. 200,
882 Linden Avenue,
Rochester, NY 14625-2784 USA.
If using a credit card (Visa/Mastercard only), call 1-800-828-1438
and fax your Model and Serial number with the notarized letter
That's it. It's simple.
We can't offer any further assistance on lost combinations or products not purchased from Office1000.com
If you made a purchase from Office1000.com (a Sentry Safe or anything else) and you need help, please use our customer service form and include your order number
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: I moved 4 months ago,
There is no such thing, otherwise everyone would be able to open it. You will have to use the keys. If you no longer have the keys then you will need to contact Sentry here
and ask them for the failsafe code for your safe, which only them know it.
Posted on May 10, 2011
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