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It forms part of your estate, so as long as there is a will and then Probate is obtained, control would be passed to the executor/s. It would be ideal if the safety deposit box is mentioned in the will.
This happened to me once. I know it happens for different reasons. My problem was a thread 'locked' under the bobbin carriage. I opened the machine underneath, where is only one screw and found the thread locked between two wheels. If this is not your case, maybe inside the upper case? Also try to change the needle, and make sure there is not other strange object inside the hoop arm, or the bobbin cage.
Your black ended driver key should open the glove box. The valet key is not made to open it, thats the safty feature in it. There is no overide for the Valet settings, you have to unlock the glove box with Driver (master or black) key and turn the Valet switch off. Also the Valet switch does not engage the glove box lock so over riding the Valet security wouldnt open it even if you could over ride. If the Valet key would unlock it or was easy to overide then it wouldnt be a very good safety feature. Best of luck, hope you can get it opened.
You may want to check the digital converter boxes and make sure they have analog pass through, it should be listed on the box or the instructions. My Magnavox and Zenith which were bought about a year ago, do not have analog pass through.
best bet is going into frt right head light make hooke out of hanger and inbetween headlight and bumper twards the hood look for safty cable and pull on it , or jack frt right , remove wheel , remove frt part of inner fender cover right side and behind head light there should be the cable , pull on it .
The resistance of the thermocouple proves that there is flame present at the pilot it is a safty so that unburned fuel deposits do not occur. If your safty valve is magnetic I dont understand your question.
I just had the same problem and stumbled across this solution:
If this is a sanyo dvd player try this:
Enter the set-up menu (there cannot be a disc in the unit to access this menu, simply eject the disc, then enter set-up)
For the password enter 788444 (even if there is only room for four digits enter all six)
Press enter (the lock should open)
Enter a new four digit code (this will lock it again)