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General Safes Care & Mainainance

For optimal reliability, it's wise to schedule an annual service by a certified lock technician for manual locks. Avoid applying any lubricants, as this can lead to lock issues and potentially void the lock warranty.

Heat-expandable door seal is low-maintenance and should never be removed.

No regular maintenance is required for the internal locking mechanism. However, unauthorized attempts to access the safe by non-certified technicians may void the warranty.

To ensure smooth locking bolt operation and reduce mechanical stress, apply a small amount of lubricant to the locking bolts once a year. With the safe door open and the handle turned counter-clockwise to extend the bolts, lightly coat the moving locking bolts with a lubricating grease like Super Lube™ or a multi-purpose silicone grease with Teflon®.

In high humidity environments, consider investing in a dehumidifier to safeguard your guns, jewelry, documents, or photos stored in the safe. This precaution helps prevent rust, tarnish, and mildew. Visit our website for product details.

While electronic locks do not need annual maintenance, changing out the battery once a year is highly recommended to ensure reliable access into the safe. We recommend using a 9-volt Duracell® or Energizer® alkaline battery with a “Use Date” at least 4 years in the future.

Use a clean and soft cloth (such as a microfiber cleaning cloth) that is slightly damp with water to clean the exterior of the safe. Take care around the edges of any logos or pin striping as any pressure could cause damage to them. Locks and handles are coated to protect from rust or tarnish. Do not use any kind of metal polish or harsh cleaning products. Simply wipe off with a soft, damp cloth.

Securam Lock Instructions

Step 1: Choose Your New Combination
Select a memorable six (6) digit combination that you'll easily recall.

Step 2: Open the Safe
Enter your current combination and open the door. Fully extend the locking bolts to keep the door open; it should always be open during combination changes.

Step 3: Enter Programming Mode
Input six (6) zeroes to activate programming mode. You should hear a double beep. If not, restart from Step 2.

Step 4: Enter Your Current Combination
Type in your existing six (6) digit combination. If done correctly, you'll hear a double beep. If not, start over from Step 2.

Step 5: Enter Your New Combination
Input your newly selected six (6) digit combination. You should hear a single beep upon success. If not, return to Step 2.

Step 6: Confirm Your New Combination
Re-enter your new combination to confirm it. You'll hear a single beep if it's done correctly. If not, start again from Step 2. Wait ten seconds to let your new combination permanently set.

Step 7: Test Your New Combination
Enter your new combination; if executed correctly, you'll be able to rotate the handle and open the safe. If it doesn't open or if you hear multiple beeps, it might be time to replace the battery (indicated by a yellow light). If you hear two beeps but no click, change the battery. For five beeps, submit a ticket for a combination request.

Setting your safe's combination is a straightforward process that enhances your security.

Sargent and Greenleaf® (S&G) Electronic Lock

For peak performance, we highly recommend choosing a Duracell® or Energizer® alkaline battery with a "Use Date" set at least 4 years into the future.

Battery Replacement Instructions for MPP Lock:

  1. Open the safe door and reveal the battery cavity by sliding the window located on the underside of the keypad face.
  2. Access the battery cavity, insert a fresh 9-volt battery into the terminals, and neatly tuck the battery and wiring harness back into place.
  3. Close the window, but keep the safe door open. Test the lock's operation multiple times before securing and locking the safe.

Battery Replacement Steps for Spartan Lock:

  1. With the safe door open, pull the highlighted blue tab on the outer ring toward you and slightly rotate the ring counter-clockwise. This action will detach the ring, exposing the battery cavity.
  2. Once the battery cavity is accessible, insert a new 9-volt battery into the terminals and carefully tuck the battery and wiring harness into the cavity.
  3. Push the ring back toward the safe and rotate it clockwise to secure it in place. The ring will click into position. With the safe door open, test the lock's functionality repeatedly before closing and locking the safe.

Ensure the longevity of your lock's battery by following these instructions.

1. To unlock the safe, enter the existing six-digit code. Each key press is confirmed with an audio and visual (LED flash) signal.

2. Within 4 seconds, turn the outer ring clockwise until it stops to retract the lock tang. Then turn the handle or hand wheel clockwise.

3. To lock the safe, turn the handle or hand wheel counter-clockwise until it stops, then turn the outer ring counter-clockwise until it stops to extend the lock tang. It will be confirmed by a double signal. Always test to see if the lock has re-engaged by turning the handle or hand wheel in either rotational directions.

Every invalid code entry is indicated by an audio and visual signal. Entering 5 consecutive invalid codes result in a 3-minute delay period. The LED will flash at 10-second intervals.