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I didn,t turn the key the correct way. no batteries in and key stuck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bunker hill safe
i had the same problem this is what i did. i took the lil leg off the bottem it held on by a srew take a cloths hanger put it in the hole and now u can hit the lil button that is for makin a new code it is on the hing side of the door the yellow light will come on and stay on now put ur new code in then hit a or b i used 1111a then changed it once i got in o by the way ''the factory code is 159a try this first" and the cloths hanger i shoved a ear plug on the end of it so that way it could grip the button hope this helps somebody
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
To change the code: Your safe comes
preset with the default code of “159-A”.
To change the code, first open the safe.
On the inside of the door near the hinge,
there is a small red “reset” button. Press
this button until the Yellow LED on the
front panel lights up. Now, input your new
code up to 8 characters, followed by
either “A” or “B”. The Yellow LED will flash
to indicate that your new code has been
accepted. Warning: If the Yellow LED
does not flash, the code has not been
accepted, and you must start over.
NOTE: Be sure to test your new
combination before closing the door.
NOTE: Be sure to have the Override Key
available when setting a new
combination or changing batteries, in
case the door doesn’t open.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Search on "How to open a safe with a potato" and you'll find a youtube video on how to open that safe. All the Bunker Hill safes use the same lock mechanisms which have a critical design flaw if the spring on the solenoid is weak in that the plunger bounces enough to allow the bolt to be thrown open if you can time hitting the front of the safe just right. Of course, if you mount it such that you can't get a good swing in then no problem. There are two adjustment screws to the bolt throw, if your safe is easily opened this way, you might want to adjust these screws so that more of the plunger hits the stop. I couldn't get mine to open with a rubber mallet but it's mounted so you can't get a good swing in.
Posted on May 13, 2010
Remove the sticker on the front panel with the SKU number, behind it will be a small hole, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw, then carefully remove the number pad. You will see the place to use your key.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
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