Phoenix FS1282E safe with lost combination opened without damage for a client in Warrington. Combination reset for the customer leaving it as secure and fireproof as the day it left the factory.
Phoenix FS1282E safe with lost combination opened without damage to the safe or lock. Code reset for the customer in Chester leaving it as secure and fireproof as it was before I arrived.
The keys to this Phoenix 1150 Series safe had been lost by the owner in Warrington. We picked the lock open so as not to damage the safe. Once open we changed the lock and provided a new set of keys. Safecracker Warrington, professional safecrackers at your service.
The combination had been lost to this Phoenix 2500 DataCombi data safe at a facility in Skelmersdale, Lancashire. Fortunately we were able to get it open without any damage so that it retained its fire rating and could continue to be used.
We were called to this Phoenix safe in Wigan today as the handle would not retract the bolts so they could not shut and lock the door. The safe has a spring loaded self locking mechanism which due to lack of service had detached itself and blocked the boltwork. The fault was repaired and the safe put back into service.
When a key holder from a business in Skelmersdale, Lancashire had a set of keys stolen from a motor vehicle they called us to change the lock on this Phoenix Castille 6 Series Safe.
Having opened a Phoenix Titan 1250 Series safe at a business in Wigan we were asked to have a look at the safe next to it. This one was a Phoenix 1253 Titan for which the combination had been lost. Once again we opened it without damage and put it back into service allowing the customer to set a new combination of their choice.
We were asked to open this Phoenix Titan 1250 Series safe at a business in Wigan as the keypad was not responding. We attended the offices, opened it without damage and put it back into service.
We were referred this job by a locksmith who had identified that the key had snapped in the lock and would not move in either direction. This Phoenix safe was located at a medical practice in Denbigh, Wales. On attending site we confirmed the locksmiths findings and diagnosed an internal fault preventing the bolt from retracting which caused the key to snap. At this stage we thought there was a high probability that the container would need to be drilled but pulling an ace out of our sleeve we got the bolt to retract and open the door. Once open we could see that the door had been violently closed whilst the lock was in the locked position which had bent the boltwork enough for it to jam. Having straightened out the boltwork the next step was to extract the broken key which turned out to be very stubborn and we ended up stripping the whole lock down in order to get the broken bit out.
The combination had been lost to this Phoenix 2500 Datacombi safe at an office in Manchester. We attended site and opened it, reset the combination and put it back in to service.
The Phoenix 2500 Datacombi safe provides fire protection for paper documents, computer diskettes, tapes and all forms of data storage and security for cash and valuables all in one unit and is suitable for use in residential or business premises.