Directions on Bunker Hill Safes

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Bunker Hill's electronic digital safes are designed for home storage of money, jewellery and other valuables. They have all-steel construction with five-gauge door and nine-gauge housing and can be mounted on the floor or in the wall. These safes are opened with a user-selectable digital combination code of up to eight digits. A backup key entry is also provided. Model 45891 is 9-7/8-inches high, 13-3/4-inches wide and 11-inches deep. Its internal storage volume is 0.71 cubic feet.

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  • Phillips-head screwdriver

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    Opening and Closing the Safe

  1. 1

    Enter the default code "159" on the electronic keypad, the press either "A" or "B" at the bottom of the keypad. If you have entered the digits correctly, the green indicator light will turn on. If a red light illuminates, enter the digits again.

  2. 2

    Turn the knob and open the door when you see the green light. If the knob is not turned within five seconds after the green light illuminates, you must enter the code again.

  3. 3

    Close the door and rotate the knob in the opposite direction. The safe is locked.

    Setting Your Own Code

  1. 1

    Open the safe using the default code "159."

  2. 2

    Press the small red button on the inside of the door near the door hinge until a yellow indicator light illuminates on the front control panel.

  3. 3

    Input a new code on the electronic keypad. The code can be up to eight digits.

  4. 4

    Press either the "A" or the "B" key at the bottom of the electronic keypad to store the code. The unit will beep twice to confirm the new code. If the unit beeps three times, the code has been rejected. Repeat the process of code entry.

    Emergency Keys

  1. 1

    Use one of the two supplied emergency keys if the digital combination is lost or forgotten.

  2. 2

    Peel off the sticker with "SKU45891" printed on it. It is located to the left of the keypad. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the screw beneath the sticker, then remove the electronic keypad panel from the door.

  3. 3

    Insert the emergency key into the lock underneath the keypad panel and turn the key. Turn the door operating knob and the door will open.

  4. 4

    Program a new digital code using the steps in Section Two.

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