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Only through a licensed locksmith. Provide the key numbers and possibly even take the safe to him/her as proof of ownership. Locksmiths have to record all attemots to open safe's or maling f keysto the police.
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I have a similar problem as I have acquired (last night) a similar Woolies safe, locked, batteries dead & keys do not work. I am told you may be able to reset the code if you can depress the red button on the back of the door from the back of the safe through one of the bolt holes, easier said than done! Needs a stiff piece of wire or thin steel... good luck I will try this technique soon. These instructions were found by surfing the Net...