Use the Honeywell Safe key to slide the battery cover down to open it. Then remove the batteries. The keyhole for emergency operation is located under the batteries. Insert the Honeywell safe key into the lock and turn it clockwise while turning the safe door handle.
Reset a Honeywell electronic safe
- Enter your current password using the keyboard.
- Turn the handle clockwise and open the security door.
- Press the red memory button located near the bottom hinge inside the door.
- Enter your new password using the keyboard.
- Test your new password before closing the safe.
Turn your back on the safe and knock on the door several times. Be careful not to hit the keyboard or handle. This will help loosen the work of the screw. Then pull the lever in the opposite direction to your normal procedure and enter the code.
If you’ve forgotten the code for your vault, there are still a few ways to access it. The simplest solution is to reset the code. Depending on the manufacturer and type of safe, you may be able to enter an override code or your locksmith can access a reset switch in the safe with a special tool.
All you need is a straight, sturdy tool to unlock it - try an open paper clip or small screwdriver. Some swear by the anti-spam key. (Although it puzzles me why someone else has one lying around.) In some cases, the lock requires the insertion and rotation of a tool.
2 ways to open a digital safe without a combination Step 1: Look for the locking openings on the back of the safe. Step 2: Look through the hole. Step 3: Press the reset button. Step 4: Enter the new code using the safe’s external keypad. Step 1: Turn the steering wheel the wrong way. Step 2: Turn on the safe.
Make a slight twist on the end of the straight end. Now take a second bobby pin and fold the closed end to one side so that it forms a 90 degree angle. You use this reel as a lever. Insert the curved end of the handle into the retainer and rotate the handle sideways to apply tension.
The simplest way to force a lock is the Quick & Dirty method: rubbing. Insert the key into the bottom of the keyhole and apply some pressure. Insert the hook into the top of the lock. As you apply some torque to the key, rub the opening pick back and forth through the keyhole. Repeat until all pins have been entered.
The battery is in the door and the battery can only be replaced when the safe is open. To access the priority lock, there is usually a detachable control panel on the side of the keyboard. If you regret it, the key lock will be revealed. If you have lost the bypass key, you will not be able to open the safe.
To access it, remove the battery cover and remove the batteries. Insert the Honeywell safe key into the emergency lock and turn it clockwise. Try opening the safe door at the same time. This should give you temporary access to your resources.
You can try one of the following solutions: Insert the emergency key (the one with the square tip) and, while turning the key, use a flat screwdriver, insert it into the door slot and slowly lift it up. Another method is to place the First Alert safe on the right side and use the priority key to open the door.
Replacing Batteries in a Honeywell Digital Home Safe Locate the triangle in the battery compartment. Remove the old batteries. Insert the new batteries into the battery compartment and place the negative pole of each battery against a spring. Slide the battery cover into place.
Change the password, proceed as follows: Enter the current password (0000 by default) to open the safe door. Press and hold the * key, the green light will flash. Enter the new 4-digit password within 15 seconds, press # to confirm to save the new password. The light stops flashing. Release the button * and close the door.
To open the combination lock without a code, first pull the knob up and turn it clockwise until it clicks. Then, seeing what number you are on, add 5 to the number and write it down. Then place the dial on that number and rotate it counterclockwise until you hear another click.