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Mother just past away,luckily safe was open at time,but dont know combo to keypad or we haven't found a key,how do i reset code to sentry10 gunsafe


To reset the combination on a Sentry safe, open the door of the safe, delete the existing codes, press the PROG or P key and enter the factory code. Finally, enter a new five-digit number as per individual preference, which is the new user combination.
It is always prudent to reset the combination on a Sentry safe when the door is open because it prevents the user from being locked out. To open the Sentry safe door, type the five-digit factory code given in the owner's manual. This factory code cannot be altered.
To delete the existing codes on newer models of the safe as of 2015, press the P button. Then, type the factory code and follow it up by inputting "00000" into the safe. On older models of the Sentry safe, press the PROG button and type the factory code two times.
After deleting the existing codes, press the PROG or P key and then enter the factory code once again. Within five seconds, type a new five-digit number, which is the new user code. To verify if the user code is working, retype it and then close the door of the safe. The user code is the primary code for opening the safe, and users can reset it as often as they want too

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I am locked out of my safetron Aanon home safe despitechanging batteries. What can I do?


It has defaulted back to the original code I expect. Try the original code.

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How to reset the numerical code on my Sandleford Titan digital Fireproof safe No12799145


Reset digital combination to sandleford titan digital fireproof ...

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Dec 15, 2013 - reset digital combination to sandleford titan digital fireproof safe - Sentry Fireproof Safe ... someone might have known the code and changed it.

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Change code sentry


Did you try to tale out batteries for a minute, I hope it`s gonna reset the code
http://www.ehow.com/how_7371620_replace-batteries-sentry-safe.html

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Need to reset electronic safe


i have changed batteries and pressed the reset button but it still wont open any ideas thanks karen

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Need to reset the electronic code to open the safe.


are you the manager user of the safe?if yes,you can reset a new code by yourself.

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Changing the code on standleford es20 safe


If the problem is that the safe is not accepting your pin code, try first code 159A, or 159B that are default codes to open the safe.

If you have the sentry key, open with key, and there is a red button inside the door to reset the code.

If you have no key and default code does not work, call sandleford number at 03 97750699 they will guide in opening the safe.

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