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Try a locksmith first. You may end up having to destroy the key lock to get it open.
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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
SOURCE: bunker hill digital safe
CHANGING CODE ON MODEL # 45891:
On the inside of the door toward the hinge, you will see a small red button. Press this button until the yellow light on the front control panel lights up. Now you can imput the new code (1 to 8 digits) into the front control panel, followed by either the "A" or "B" key. The safe will beep twice (2 times) to confirm the code has been changed. Important: If the safe beeps 3 times, then the code has not been accepted and you must repeat the above steps.
DO NOT LET THE BATTERIES RUN OUT BECAUSE YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO OPEN THE SAFE OR CHANGE BATTERIES.
Posted on Aug 30, 2012
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Aug 21, 2014 | Home Security
You are going to love this answer.
I have two Bunker Hill Safes. I bought them at the same time. The batteries in both of them died at the same time. And like a dummy, I had the keys to each safe inside themselves.
So, after going to many forums and looking at videos on youtube. I found the solution and it worked. I now have the keys for the two safes in my combination safe. (no batteries on that one)
Here it is:
1) Get a soft rubber mallet (a hammer with a rubber tip works best) And of course, you can get those at Harbor Freight where you bought the safes.
2) FIRMLY tap the safe, just ABOVE the key board panel, and on the plastic cover. You must be hitting the top of the door and not the body of the safe, in order for this to work. (The locking mechanism internally will bounce up when you do this.)
3) At the same time, you must try to turn the knob/dial, that opens the safe. It will take a few tries to get the timing down, but it works.
On my first safe I did scratch it up a bit and crack the plastic housing a little. On the second safe it did it perfectly and left no marks on it. After doing that I was kind of freaked out on how "secure" these safes really are.
But how many people are going to know this.
Now I change out the batteries every year on my Birthday.
Apr 18, 2013 | Check Point Network Adapter
I had the same problem.
Call Harbor Freight Customer Service @ 1-800-444-3353
Before you call the number though, go to your safe and write down the three or four digit key code, that is on the silver key slot. (they will need that number)
It is something like $8.00 per key, plus shipping, and it will take about 2-3 weeks to get it, but they will mail you the keys in a small brown envelope.
Feb 27, 2013 | Check Point Network Adapter
1-800-444-3353. They are distributed by Harbor Freight. This may be their phone number. In any case, they have technical info.
This is the manual.
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