This Dudley safe was locked up, code was entered correctly and a ‘double beep’ issued from the keypad meaning that the code was accepted. Problem was with the lock, it was not responding to the correct code input and the battery was good.
I quickly identified the problem and began work on this safe. Within a short space of time the safe was open, fault correctly identified. I installed a new lock into the safe and began setting it up for the customer. This lagard is a 66e, it is a good electronic lock for places where multiple people have access to the safe. It allows different users to have their own code. The audit trail is available for viewing if required (this requires a visit from a safe engineer to download as it requires specialist equipment)
They are very easy to set up and all the instructions are available on line if required: KABA LAGARD INSTRUCTIONS
Always remember to use the correct batteries and make sure that they are of a high quality as it can prevent a costly lock out!