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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AMSEC ESL 10 Electronic Safe Lock
The AMSEC ESL 10 electronic safe lock is mounted onto an AMSEC safe. To gain access to the safe lock’s two 9-volt batteries, rotate the keypad counterclockwise until it stops. Then lift the keypad off. Unsnap the connector from the battery. Carefully, hold onto battery terminal to avoid pulling wires out of the circuit board. Install the replacement 9 volt alkaline batteries. Place the keypad against the housing in the off angle position. The keypad should slide into the slot. Carefully turn the keypad clockwise until vertical.
Brinks 5077D Safe
Brinks Model 5077D safe has four AA batteries in an internal battery box. The safe is equipped with a key lock override. To gain access to the key lock override, remove one Phillips head screw from the oval metal tag. Rotate the tag to uncover the double sided wafer tumbler lock. Once the safe door is opened, remove the plastic cover and replace the batteries.
Brinks 5074 Safe
Brinks Model 5074 wall mount safe has four AA batteries in an internal battery box. This safe is equipped with a key lock override that is located behind a plastic cap. To gain access to the double sided wafer tumbler lock, lift the button off the cover plate.