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My safe keeps beeping yellow and will not let me unlock it, had to open it manually

I even changed batteries and tried trouble shooting. Lost manual, was going by internet

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Hello Bonnie, if we know the specific brand and model I can help more, please check the brand and edit your question. but in general (for several reasons can happen that problem) usually happen when the batteries need to be replaced ( I know you are already done) the other reason is keypad defective.

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SOURCE: cannot get "beeping" to stop

Try the following if you opened the cover and unit beeps. This will happen if you set up the coffee maker and then decide that you want to add more water and coffee before starting it:

You will notice that there is a small white (typically) button on the clear cover of the coffee grinder. When it is in place and the lid is closed, the button depresses a safety interlock inside a small plastic post to prevent the grinder from working without the clear cover on and the lid closed. Quite sensible from a safety perspective. Depress the white button to reset the switch or take a pen and carefully do the same. The beeping should stop.

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SOURCE: Sliding door driver side won't open

I had the same problem and it ended up being the sensor for the gas door. Another symptom in my case was the gas door not openning. The sensor doubles as a spring to pop the gas door open. I didn't want to mess up my storage compartment like danielbeaty, but it was harder. I took the kickplate off and the trim from around the rear panel, and a couple of screws, and was able to reach in and unplug the sensor. I'm in the process of posting the procedure in more detail.

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SOURCE: sentry safe, enter codes and nothing

These safe are easily opened by a good locksmith. So if you have items in the safe you need to get out a safe and vault tech could drill it open and repair it for a small fee. I really don't think it is the chip probably just a stuck solinoid.

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Hello,

If i'm not wrong this is an bluetooth handsfree device and you are not able to connect it with e63.

  1. Switch on the bluetooth in Nokia E63.
  2. once it is on switch on the bluetooth and hold till the device is detected in E63.
  3. Enter passcode.
  4. You're done.
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SOURCE: cant open Sandleford Garrison Safe N15115

I have a new N15115,ES20 electronic safe,it will not accept a change of password.when new password entered it only beeps once ???

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Comment by jwlevan September 17, 2009 5:59 pm
does she have the user override key? I found this...

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..might help ya out..but i'm no guru w/ safes by any means!

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