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I have a Lexsor electronic safe which I can't open. It used to beep when I put in the code now it is just dead, nothing happeing. Do you know if there is a battery replacement somewhere.
Someone mentioned they were looking for a combination code to open a diigital safe....
As for a code to open your safe -- there is a factory setting, but if the combination has been changed then the factory setting won't help you much.
Now there is a reset code that the manufacturer can give you. It will reset the combination to the factory combination, however the manufacturer will probably not give you this code 'cause they don't know who you are. You will need the safe serial number for this.
They will give it to a bonded locksmith however.
The other 'secret' code that I am sure is buried in all electronic locks is the CIA/FBI/Homeland Security/police department back door code, but I'm certain that the manufacturer can't even acknowledge that there is such a code, much less give it to you.
If you are serious about a secure safe, a dial lock can only be opened (without damage) by the combination that is set for that lock. A manipulation-proof lock is nigh unto impossible to pick.
Posted on May 13, 2009
I am not familiar with Lexsor safes, but I have dealt with another brand. The lack of beeping probably means the internal battery died. Some safes I've seen have external power contacts that are used to restore power long enough to open the safe and replace the internal battery. Look to see if your safe has these; if so, it may require a safe/brand-specific device to restore power or it could be rigged with a simple battery. You'll need to find a manual for more information. If there is no way to power it externally, or it requires special equipment, you'll need to take it to a locksmith/safe-crack/keymaker (and it will likely cost you quite a bit)
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
Go to the electronic shop and ask for assistance.
Posted on May 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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