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I have two Bunker Hill Safes. I bought them at the same time. The batteries in both of them died at the same time. And like a dummy, I had the keys to each safe inside themselves.
So, after going to many forums and looking at videos on youtube. I found the solution and it worked. I now have the keys for the two safes in my combination safe. (no batteries on that one)
Here it is:
1) Get a soft rubber mallet (a hammer with a rubber tip works best) And of course, you can get those at Harbor Freight where you bought the safes.
2) FIRMLY tap the safe, just ABOVE the key board panel, and on the plastic cover. You must be hitting the top of the door and not the body of the safe, in order for this to work. (The locking mechanism internally will bounce up when you do this.)
3) At the same time, you must try to turn the knob/dial, that opens the safe. It will take a few tries to get the timing down, but it works.
On my first safe I did scratch it up a bit and crack the plastic housing a little. On the second safe it did it perfectly and left no marks on it. After doing that I was kind of freaked out on how "secure" these safes really are.
But how many people are going to know this.
Now I change out the batteries every year on my Birthday.
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