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Our office Fairline Electronic safe model no. FSF3525E. Its batteries have run out, so am not able to open the door. and its key also missed by someone. so i have to open the door what is the other option? please reply me immediatley.

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I researched your safe and saw a picture of it but I could not find any additional information, like a website in the United States or any email or phone numbers for contacting the manufacturer of the safe. I have two suggestions the first one you may like the second would destroy the safe but you should be able to get in to it. The price of that safe today is only $49.00

1st suggestion is call a local locksmith to open it, that safe Im sure can be opened by a key it's the backup when the batteries fail.

2nd suggestion this will destroy safe and if a locksmith cant open it he will probably do the same thing. To the left of the black knob you turn you will need to drill a half to 3/4 inch hole with a metal hole saw. That's pretty thick metal but it will cut a hole in the safe and at the same time cut through the bar that is use to latch the door shut. Once you cut the bar in half that is used to keep the door locked with needle nose pliers I would wiggle the shaft up and down and at the same time pull to the right. That will dislodge the shaft that locks the door and now you can swing it open.

I know this is not the best advice but it appears that right now with out having the key you don't have may options, sorry.

I hope this helps you out.

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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