Failed La Gard digital lock on this Bluedot deposit safe in Wigan opened through the spindle hole. No loss of integrity to the container and safe back in service after fitting a replacement lock.
We were called to a bar in the trendy Northern Quarter neighbourhood of Manchester when the key was lost to this Chubb Omega Deposit Safe. The bar required the change it contained for the tills so we agreed to go straight away and was expecting to be there within the hour but on this occasion the traffic was against us and it was nearly two hours before we arrived on site. At least it didn’t take us long to pick the safe open so that business could return to normal.
We were called to this NoveTek digital deposit safe at a shop in Manchester as the owner could not get it to open. It’s not a brand we have come across before and appears to be of Italian origin, despite not being familiar with it we got it opened and working again for them.
Perhaps we had time for one final safe opening in 2015! This Phoenix Cashier Deposit safe at a pub in Stockport would accept the security code on the digital keypad but the handle span around freely without retracting the boltwork. In situations like this where there is an internal fault then it is often necessary to drill the container to overcome the problem and get it open. This is exactly what we had to do with this unit. With one small carefully placed and easily repaired hole the safe was opened to reveal that the handle had disconnected from the boltwork as we had expected.
The combination to this Fort Knox underfloor safe at a church in Liverpool had been lost. We attended the site and successfully opened it without any damage. We put the safe back into service and gave instruction on how to dial the combination.
The key to this Dudley deposit safe in a mini supermarket in St. Helens had been lost. We picked open the lock and found the key had been accidentally deposited inside.