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Have safe PS-1514. Changed batteries but still beeps- twice with red X, then green check mark

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SOURCE: Carbon Monoxide wired to the house, no battery, beeping

the batt is used for backup. Its beeping to get you to install a batt

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SOURCE: my ps3 it goes green beeps twice then goes red and flashes on/off

you might be holding the power on button to long. you hold the power on button until it beeps to reset the video output. try turning it on by using your controller. just press the ps3 button and if the red light is on then it should come on.

Posted on Oct 14, 2009

SOURCE: red light flashes twice

Hello,

You can try the steps below. Its from PlayStation Forum:

1. Turn off Playstation®3.
2. Hold the power button down; the system will turn on and turn off once again.
3. Once the System has been shutdown, re-press you finger until you hear 2 consecutive beeps
4. When you hear the 2 beeps take finger off power button.
5. You will be prompted to plug in your controller via USB and then hit the PS button
6. The Recovery menu will pop up.

The current Recovery Menu supports:
• Restart System: Restarts the PLAYSTATION®3 System.
• Restore Default Settings: Reset all system settings back to default.
• Restore File System: Checks for corrupt/missing system files.
• Rebuild Database: Rebuilds the OS for the PLAYSTATION®3.
• Restore PS3 System: Fresh restore; Deletes everything and starts from Scratch.
• System Update: Update the PLAYSTATION®3 System

If the above steps still does not solve the problem, then I think will have to update your Ps3.

Update your PS3 (in the settings menu the 1st option).

Go on the internet browser on the PS3 then go on the menu press triangle then on one of them there are delete cookies and the delete the others as well as cookies.

You could also try this as well: put the PS3 on then press the eject button (with no disc in) then hold it and switch the PS3 off at the back with your finger on the eject button still holding it, then put it back on and the fan test should be working this may cool it down. It might be over heating.

If after trying the above options and it still does not solve the problem, then maybe the lens is weak and that's why it cannot read any disc.

But if your problem is not still solved, then maybe you should call sony for further assistance.

I wish you good luck.

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

SOURCE: sentry safe, enter codes and nothing

These safe are easily opened by a good locksmith. So if you have items in the safe you need to get out a safe and vault tech could drill it open and repair it for a small fee. I really don't think it is the chip probably just a stuck solinoid.

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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SOURCE: I changed the battery in my winchester digital

was there not a key also? if not then remove the new and start over, if it still wont open refer to your paperwork that came with the unit there is always a number to call for questions.

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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How do i set code for paragon safe


INITIAL BATTERY INSTALLATION
1. Remove the key plate cover, insert the key into the keypad and open the door.
2. Remove the battery cover plate located on the inside of the door.
3. Install 4 AA batteries provided and replace the battery cover.
NOTE
: If both the red and green lights are on while the safe is open, this indicates that the batteries are low and need
to be changed.

TO SET UP OR CHANGE A USER CODE
1. With the door open, locate the red button on the back of the door near the hinge.
2. Press the red button and listen for the beep.
3. Immediately enter your new passcode (3-6 digits long)
4. Immediately after entering your new passcode, press the "A" or "B" button on the keypad. Your new user passcode is now stored.
NOTE:
This safe stores up to 2 passcodes (a user code and a manager code). Entering a third code will erase the
first passcode entered.

SETTING UP OR CHANGING A MANAGER PASSCODE
1. Open your safe with the passcode you wish to change and leave the door ajar.
2. Press the "0" button on the keypad twice. Press the red button, listen for a beep and then enter your new user passcode.
New user passcodes may be 3-6 digits long.
3. Immediately after entering your new code, press the "A" or "B" button on the keypad. Your user code is now changed.
OPENING THE SAFE
1. Input your code and then press the "B" button, the green light will turn on.
2. Turn the knob clockwise within 5 seconds to open the door.
3. Each key pressed will be accompanied by a buzzer and a yellow flashing light. If the entered code is invalid the yellow light will
flash and the buzzer will quickly sound, this indicates the code needs to be re-entered.

CAUTION
: Entering the incorrect passcode 3 times will lock the system for 20 seconds.


More information can be found in the attached document web page.

http://www.paragonlockandsafe.com/manuals/mastermanual.pdf

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I need to reset my combination to my mesa safe


This safe was shipped with a factory Master Code of 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8.


If you changed the Master Code you will need to use the code you changed it to.


Deleting your current User Codes:
Input * - * lock will beep twice
input 6-6-6-# lock will beep twice
Input current Master Code - # lock will beep twice
Input user number - # lock will beep twice (not user code, user number is which user number you want to delete 1,2,3,4 or 5)
Re-input user number - # light stays green for 3 seconds

Example: * - * - 6 - 6 - 6 - # Master Code - # - 5 - # - 5 #
This will delete user 5
Unsuccessful code change: five beeps, repeat the steps.


Changing User Codes: Code length can be 3 to 8 digits long
Input * - * lock will beep twice
Input 4 - 4 - 4 - # lock will beep twice
Input Current User Code - # lock will beep twice
Input User Number - #
Input New User Code - # lock will beep twice
Re-input New User Code - # light stays green for 3 seconds

Example: * - * - 3 - 3 - 3 -# - User Code 2 - # - 2 - # -New User Code - # - New User Code - #

That example will change user code 2.
Unsuccessful Code Change: five beeps, repeat the steps.

There are other things you can do with the MSL-500 lock that comes on the MFL-2014E. You can change the master code, activate user codes, change user codes, delete user codes, set single user or dual user modes (dual user modes requires two user codes to be entered each time you want to open the safe, set the time delay.

The Mesa safe company has a website which does have the operating instructions for the MSL-500 electronic lock. A Google search of "Mesa MSL-500 Operating Instructions" would get you there quickly.

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Forgot the combination to the lock. Is there a way to retrieve the combination or return it to its factory default combination 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


The instructions below are copied from the programming instructions (page 11):

ERASE ALL PROGRAMMING
(The "out of box" factory default will be restored)
1. At the back of the lock, remove the screw at the bottom of
the lock housing and remove the cover.
2. Take out the battery pack and remove battery power by disconnecting
the battery pack.
3. Plug in the (provided) male shunt connector into the yellow
wire female connector.
4. With shunt connector connected, re-connect the battery
pack. The lock will immediately sound 3 short beeps (if
these 3 beeps are not heard, then restart at step 2).
5. The lock will then sound more slow beeps, 1 beep for every
second it takes to clear the memory.
6. After a few more seconds, the LED will slowly alternate between
flashing red and green--disconnect the yellow wire
shunt connector.
7. The LED will continue to slowly flash green and red for 25
seconds. To enroll Function Cards, proceed immediately
as follows:
• With the lock LED slowly alternating between flashing
red and green, present the Function Card #1
to the lock. The lock will sound 5 slow beeps.
• The lock LED will flash green rapidly. The lock is
ready to enroll the Function Cards.
• Re-present Function Card #1 to the lock. The
lock LED will flash green then red, with two beeps
(indicating the card was enrolled successfully).
• Present Function Card #2 to the lock. Again, the
lock LED will flash green then red, with two beeps.
• Continue to present, in order, Function Cards 3-
9. Each time a new Function Card is presented, the
lock LED will flash green then red, with two beeps.
After the 9th Function card is presented, the lock LED will flash
green twice, sound two beeps, and will then remain silent,
ready for use. Note: If the lock continues to beep after presenting
the 9th Function Card, check to verify that the yellow
wire shunt is disconnected.
Note: If you only wish to use the first 3 Function Cards, simply
allow the lock to "time out" after 30 seconds.

Here is the link to the complete instructions, in PDF form. You will need Adobe Acrobat or equivalent to view them:

http://napcosecurity.com/download/PL3000_WI1280A.04_PROG.pdf

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then hold it a second time and it would beep once solid beep and then listen for two short beeps then release the power button you will see a screen marked connect controller with usb and press ps button to continue you are now in service mode then just restore default settings and you should be up in hdmi or av

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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

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