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Just changed batteries in my Sandleford Safe now can't open with my code numbers How can I get access?

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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.

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SOURCE: lost key to sandleford es20 safe typed in code

149 then A key
or try 149 and B key

these codes can be turned off tho if i remember in the manual...

if it works open dor... press down red button located inside the thick door kinsid the unit.. it beeps.. type new code and A

test to see if it works.

oh and throw it away


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SOURCE: i have a sandleford safe

we are looking after a friends place with one of these safe's in them, my daughter has pushed buttons and it wont stop beeping, we dont know the code or anything?? how do i stop it beeping??

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Find something long & thin, I used a screwdriver. Has to be at least as long as depth of safe. There are 2 holes in the back of my sandleford ES 20 safe. Insert screwdriver into hole on left & push in until it hits the door on the other side. You have to do the next bit blind, but feel around for reset button. Once you find button use screwdriver to press. Lock will beep & you then just have to put your new code in. Problem solved. Of course this method only works if there is nothing inside the safe getting in the way of access.
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The operating instructions on the ES20 as per the crappy manual:

Open safe using emergency key provided

Insert batteries in the box inside the door

Opening the safe
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b. input 159 (the yellow light will flash and the buzzer will beep), then press B or A button, the green light will be on, rotate the knob clockwise, pull outwards, the door is opened

Closing the safe: close the door, input the code (the green light will flash for 5 secs). Turn the knob anti clockwise, the control system will activate and the safe will be locked

Changing the code: open the safe, press the red button located inside the door, the yellow light will go on indicating the code can be changed. Input the new code (1-8 digits), then press A or B button, it shall be confirmed by two beeps indicating the new code has been accepted and stored. If the yellow light and buzzer beeps 3 times the code is invalid - try again

Emergency Key - store in secure place NOT inside the safe. Remove the override cover in the centre of the face of Safe (its a silver plastic panel with Sandleford Electronic Safe ES20 on it), insert override key (a cyclinder key) - hidden underneath the override cover panel - and turn anti clockwise, rotate the knob clockwise to open door

Changing the Battery - If the red and green light are on this indicates that the batteries are low and require changing. To ensure the batteries have been installed correctly test before closing the door

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If the problem is that the safe is not accepting your pin code, try first code 159A, or 159B that are default codes to open the safe.

If you have the sentry key, open with key, and there is a red button inside the door to reset the code.

If you have no key and default code does not work, call sandleford number at 03 97750699 they will guide in opening the safe.

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have just had the same problems if you had the key there is a red button inside the door to reset the code but obviously no key no red button I have the sandleford number to call 03 97750699 or try the factory pre set 159 A or B see how you go

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