I am looking for assistance regarding a New Lexsor Digital safe, Model LX024 which I recently received as a present. I believe it may have been purchased in Killarney, Co Kerry, Ireland.(Store has since closed)
My wife (being inquisitive) opened the packing case and made a brief examination of safe and instruction literature. She used the factory pin code on the brochure to open safe and then decided to put all the literature and keys in the safe, for safe keeping, (closing safe door) until I had the opportunity of a more thorough inspection.
The result is that all of those are now locked inside and I am unable to open safe door. The pin code contained in the locked in brochure, is a general one for that model (a factory code until a secret code is keyed in ). Safe is useless at present and with keys also locked inside, there is no way of opening door.
I have contacted Lexsor on a number on a number of occasion by E-mail at email@example.com (listed on their website) explaining the problem and asking for factory code but have never received a reply. Can you assist.
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Codes to check with Lexsor are 0045,0028,0046,0082,0018. If you wish to get more setup codes, three digits, four
digits or five digit ones, check this link.
Pull up older posts. Setup code
list and proceedings to some popular model remote controls are given.
DV3 is actually DVB meaning Digital Video Broadcasting. The stylised design of the DVB symbol makes it look more like DV3. If the TV has the DVB symbol, then it has a digital tuner and can receive digital channels, i.e. Freeview.
If you need assistance with tuning the Freeview channels or have further questions, please let me know the model number of the TV. This can be found on a label on the back of the TV.
It's been a while since I have used my unit and it is not plugged in presently but this may work as I recall having a similar issue a couple of years ago. Try pressing the 'input mode' button on the main unit (or on the remote) to cycle through to AUTO rather than ANALOG. If you still have issues you could try cycling through the DVD remote menu (usually on screen) and selecting the input source type while AUTO is shown on the receiver.
Please call COBY electronics at 800-727-3592 and let them know you received that player as a Xmas present. They will tell you to send the unit to COBY with $6 money order and you'll receive a new player in exchange. During the Xmas warranty period which lasts until March, you will not need to send a copy of the receipt.
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Not all locksmiths specialize in safes, but if you can find one, it will take this person since he does this stuff all day and is probably familiar with your unit. You'll need to shop around the locksmith community for a referral.
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Restart your computer in safe mode. Press F8 while rebooting. Once in safe mode, go to Start - control Panel - system. Right click on and remove the network card devices (you might see more of them there than you do in normal mode). Then restart the computer.
It should detect the new card and allow you to install the drivers for it. If it still doesn't detect the new NIC card, try powering off the machine. Open the case, and make sure the card is properly seated inside the computer case. Press down on it firmly. Then restart and see if it detects the card.
If it doesn't detect the card, the card might be bad. If you have another card, I'd suggest trying a different one, to see if it recognizes a card that you know is good.
Try these things and let me know how it goes. Thanks.