With an electronic lock, how would one get the safe open "after" a fire? The keypad on the door does not look to me like they would survive a fire.
I have a friend who purchased safe with an electronic lock from Cabelas. The lock failed. Cabelas sent a locksmith. He could not get in. They had to get another locksmith and send him to the house. It took about two weeks until he could get into the safe.kdvarmint said:With an electronic lock, how would one get the safe open "after" a fire? The keypad on the door does not look to me like they would survive a fire.
Gunnermhr said:As far as getting into the safe after a fire, if it's bad enough for the dial lock not to function chances are the safe is junk, [/quoteRe: 2014 ground hog success Predator, Varmint and Raccoon Forum Sat Mar 22 2014 04:57 PM
The ones I've looked look like the keypad would melt with a lighter. Would prefer a combination dial but there doesn't seem to be many of them. Thought with so many opinions here someone might have covered it. Guess I'll ask next time I make it out to look. Buying a safe can make you pull your hair out. Maybe if I was spending someone else's money it would be easy.