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Combination Directions for Fire Fyter Safes

Updated February 21, 2017

Fire Fyter brand safes are steel-constructed, fire-resistant safes manufactured by Center Manufacturing Company exclusively in the United States. The safes feature electronic, LASR or dial-combination locks. Dial-combination Fire Fyter safes may have a single combination dial lock or a combination and keylock system design. No matter the type of Fire Fyter combination safe that you use, opening your safe only requires that you know the combination for your specific safe and the correct dialling sequence to use to dial the combination.

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  1. Align the "0" on your Fire Fyter safe's combination dial directly under the pointer at the 12 o'clock position.

  2. Turn the dial slowly left counterclockwise four times and then stop at the first number of your combination.

  3. Reverse direction and turn the dial right clockwise three times, stopping with the second number of your combination at the 12 o’clock position under the pointer.

  4. Move the dial left again two times and stop with the third number of your combination directly under the pointer.

  5. Rotate the dial right until the last number of your combination rests at 12 o'clock and stop. Let go of the dial. If your Fire Fyter safe has a double-lock system with a key, insert the key in the keyhole and turn it.

  6. Grasp the handle on the door of your safe and turn it left. Pull open the door.

  7. Warning

    Always stop directly underneath the pointer. If you pass the pointer, your Fire Fyter safe won't open and you must start the sequence again. Additionally, if you turn the dial in the wrong direction in the combination sequence, you must start over. Spinning the dial instead of turning it slowly can damage it and cause you to miss stopping a number in your combination sequence beneath the pointer.

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Irene A. Blake

Based in Southern Pennsylvania, Irene A. Blake has been writing on a wide range of topics for over a decade. Her work has appeared in projects by The National Network for Artist Placement, the-phone-book Limited and GateHouse Media. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Shippensburg University.

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