Recommended service to change a safe battery(s) once a year is good, if not great, idea to have as part of a service contract with your customers. This can be an annual “safe” checkup for the entire home, office, etc., which includes making sure the locks properly operate, adjusting door...
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Securelogic Biometric Model #20700 and Electronic Pushbutton Model #20710 wall safes are equipped with a rechargeable internal fixed battery. To recharge the battery, there is an external plug on the front of the biometric model or the bottom right corner on the electronic model.
If the safe must be opened immediately, remove one hex screw from the oval metal tag using a 3/32” hex wrench. Turn the tag to expose the four pin tumbler tubular lock.
La Gard LG Basic II Electronic Entry Device
The LA GARD LGBASIC II Model 3715 Electronic Entry Device has a 9 volt battery located within the keypad housing. The keypad is designed to be lifted up in order to gain access the battery compartment. Once the keypad has been lifted off the safe door, unsnap the connector from the battery. Carefully hold onto the battery terminal to avoid pulling wires out of the circuit board. The lock connector cable should run through a slot in the housing. Install the replacement 9-volt alkaline battery. Locate the keypad slots over the two screws in the housing and slide down, making sure no wires can be pinched when the keypad is installed. Pinched cables can result in a short circuit.
La Gard LG Basic II Electronic Combination Lock
LA GARD LGBASIC Model 3710 Electronic Combination Lock is mounted onto the face of the safe. An optional Phillips head screw is mounted at the bottom of the keypad housing. If equipped, remove this screw first. Carefully pull down on the black plastic handle of the battery compartment cover. Once removed, the 9 volt battery and the leads should slide out of the LG BASIC.
IMPORTANT: Do not pull on the battery or the wire leads. Unsnap the connector from the battery and replace with a 9 volt alkaline battery. When secured, slide the battery and the wire leads completely up into the battery compartment. Install the battery cover by placing one side of the cover into position and then press the other side into position with your fingers. Reinstall the Phillips Head screws if equipped.
Liverpool Lock Company
Liverpool Lock Company Safe Model SCS202 has an external battery box. The safe lock is operated by four AA batteries. As a backup there is a battery box with a wired plug that contains four AA batteries. The plug is inserted into the connector on the right side of the keypad. This provides battery power in order to open the safe using the keypad. In addition, an override key lock is beneath the sticker on the door of the safe. Note: The sticker does not come off easily.
Promet Safe Model SE-25EL is operated by four AA batteries located within the container on the inside of the door. This safe is equipped with a key lock override. The key lock is behind a removable portion of the plastic fascia. That is located along the right bottom of the keypad. The fascia will slide off in a right diagonal angle.
Securitronic Safe Model MT-26NE, a Burg Wachter Safe, is equipped with three AA batteries in an external box that is part of the keypad and boltwork operating handle cover assembly. There is a square plate to the right of the keypad. Insert a straight slot screwdriver into the slot at the bottom of the plate. The plate will lift out. There are three batteries beneath the plate.
Sentry Safe Model S6770 is equipped with a four AA batteries in an external box. To gain access to the batteries, slide the rectangular cover towards the right. Once the cover is removed, the four batteries are accessible.
Brinks Firesafe Safe Model 5190D is equipped with four AA batteries in an external box that is part of the keypad and key lock override assembly. The battery cover slide off towards the right. Remove the cover, then replace the batteries.
Stack-On Safe Model PS-514 safe is equipped four batteries located within the container on the inside of the door. This safe is equipped with a key lock override. The key lock is behind a removable portion of the plastic fascia between the boltwork handle and the keypad. The fascia will lift off, exposing the key lock override.