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My batteries have died today appparently and the key to open it is of course inside the safe

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Contact Honeywell at number listed on safe owners manual. After checking your details they will send you replacement key.

In US please call customer service at: 800-832-5834, rest of the world, see website or manual.

See also:

Honeywell - Safes & Security Boxes

Anti-Theft Safes - Honeywell AU

Posted on Jul 30, 2010


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