Question about Sentry Fireproof Safe
I just got robbed june last year the safe just let them know what to take put private stuff in a night stand or storage ben of some sort
Posted on May 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I finally ignored the poorly-written instructions for programming a personal code and simply entered the factory code first and then pressed the prog/enter code button. The safe opened. The instructions tell you to push the prog/enter code first and then enter the factory code or personal code to open the safe. Wrong! Do it my way should this problem happen to you.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
All of the instructions can also be found at www.SentrySafeShop.com
The link is:
Drill, Wrench, 7/16" (11.0mm) bit, for wood anchoring: 9/32" (7.20mm) bit, for masonry
anchoring: 3/8" (9.5Omm) masonry drill bit.
The steps are as follows:
1. Tip the safe on its right side. (Door hinges horizontal with the floor)
2. Unlock the safe and open the door.
3. Look on the bottom (outside) of the safe for two indentations in opposite corners. Using a
7/16" (11.0mm) bit, drill a hole through each indentation perpendicular to the bottom of the
4. Close the door and tip the safe upright. Place it where desired and reopen the door.
5. Use a screw or drill bit to mark the floor through both holes.
6. Move the safe aside to clear both marked spots for drilling.
7. Drill into the floor:
a. For wood:
i. Using a 9/32" (7.2mm) bit drill a hole 2 Y2" (64mm) deep in each marked
b. For masonry:
i. Using a 3/8" (9.50 mm) bit drill a hole 2 Y2" (64mm) deep in each marked
ii. Install a masonry anchor in each hole.
8. Replace the safe in the desired position, with the holes in the safe aligned with those in
9. Securing the safe:
a. For wood:
i. Pass each lag screw through a washer, then through the safe and into a hole. .
ii. Tighten with a wrench. ,
b. For masonry:
i. Pass each lag screw through a washer, then through the safe and into a
ii. Tighten with a wrench.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
no if you turn your lock box around so your key is facing away from you and place your right hand on the side top and your left hand on the box and push the lid to the right a good inch and a half and lift the box will open no problem key or no key. this is a very poorly made safe
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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