A trip down to lovely North Wales to open this Burg Wachter Office Line safe with Secutronic lock. The electronics had failed some time ago and they made alternative arangements for locking it by means of a padlock. A new member of staff accidentally locked the electronic lock however and they were then unable to open it. We were able to open the safe for them and they were going to replace it so did not require us to repair it.
This Burton Consort Safe contained all the keys to the exhibits at a Cheshire Museum. When the safe refused to open they were forced to close the attraction for the day. We were eventually contacted to get the safe open so that they could reopen on Monday.
When the staff couldn’t open this SMP Community safe in Southport they new who to call. We had previously attended a problem with the bottom lock which we fixed three years ago. This time the top lock would not open despite them having the correct code. We managed to get it open non-destructively and put it back into service for them.
Need a Safecracker in Warrington? This customer certainly did when the correct code to the digital combination lock would not unlock the safe. We attended the Chubb Standard Quality Anti-Blowpipe safe and diagnosed a failed lock. After the opening we were able to replace the lock with one from stock so there was no waiting around for parts to be delivered.
Yale YFM safe with failed electronic lock in Warrington. One digit of the combination would not register and therefore the owner could not open their safe. We attended and opened it for them.
A faulty digital combination lock on this deposit safe was preventing the company from using the safe. We attended the job in Wigan and replaced the lock for for them.
Safecracking in Macclesfield to open this Chubb Eurosafe with lost combination. Safe opened and lock changed for another happy customer.
We were called to open this CSS safe for a client in Warrington. The Sargent and Greenleaf electronic lock would accept the combination but refused to open. The failed lock was opened and replaced.
The override key was not available for this Yale safe and the batteries did not have enough power to open it. The business in Skelmersdale needed access to the contents today so we attended site and opened it for them. With a change of batteries it was put back into service.
The staff at a store in Liverpool were unable to open this internal coffer of a grade 3 safe as the La Gard keypad had detached from the safe. We were able to open the coffer nondestructively and replaced the keypad.