Question about Sentry Fireproof Safe
Battery does not have enough current to actuate the mechanism. I have 2 Sentry 1610's with the same problem. I solved it by removing the battery & using a variable DC Power Supply set to 9 volts, and adjusting the current up until I got a response to my combination on the keypad. This is the only way I can get into or close my safes now.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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