Discussion in 'Main Message Board' started by Greyfox, Jun 12, 2015.
The above info came directly from Browning.
See if the widow can work the combination.
A call to lock mfg. and have them walk you through the procedure.
One more item in the email I received from Browning Rick.
If the replacement lock came from them, once the bolt retracts, the dial should stop on or close to the number 95.
Forget the stethoscope. That myth was busted long, long ago :
Get a lock smith, they will head you in right direction.
To quote JRS
"Forget the stethoscope. That myth was busted long, long ago"
Yes there is nothing in there "dropping" to hear
I wish you luck.
I hope rick got that safe open 3yrs ago
Whos going to be the first to try that link?
FWIW - I have a Diebold safe that I purchased and had a combination set that I can't forget. My wife and I use the safe periodically but not often.
Eventually, I could no longer open the safe but my wife could. ??
I even had her stand over my shoulder and watch me attempt to open it; no luck.
I still can not open my own safe but my wife still can. It almost seems like it has something to do with her cadence, not sure.
I would certainly ask someone else to open a safe when the combination is known, as someone else suggested.
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