Need to open a Sentry keyless combination safe
First, has the factory combination been changed? Sentry has the code for the factory combination that they can supply you.
If the factory combination has been changed to something else, then Sentry won't have it.
In that case you need to ask Sentry for a 'reset' code combination. There is (at least) one back door to your safe -- a reset code.
The reset code will not tell you what your combination is, it will simply reset the combination to the factory combination.
You can take it from there.
Now, this isn't as hard as it may sound. There is an actual department that handles this at Sentry because you aren't the only one that cannot open his safe.
They'll want some proof of ownership, some $$ for the service, the safe serial number, and probably a notarized form claiming that the safe is yours.
Get 'hold of Sentry on the web and the rest is just process.
BTW -- this is exactly what the locksmith would do.
Apr 10, 2009 |
Sentry Fireproof Safe