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Battery low and I can't get it open. Where does the key go?

We tried the combination and it beeps and the green and red lights come on, which the label on the back said means the battery is low. I don't know where the batteries are or where the access key goes.

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The batteries are on the inside of the safe. It takes 4 AA batteries. The key lock is under the plastic to the left of digital key pad

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____ ____ ____ ____ ____
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