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    Laptop Safe

    Don't know if this is the right section,

    We have a stanley laptop safe with no instructions here, but we need to change the combination to it.

    Does anyone have a copy of the instructions???

    I really need to change the code as several staff and pupils have got hold of it and laptops (obviously) and money is kept in this safe.

    I only really need the bit about changing the combination on the safe.

    Thanks!!

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    Model number for the safe?

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    I have no idea, the safe has no markings and the original order form just says 'stanley laptop safe'.

    I have attached a picture of it, if this helps!
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    Here are a few links that may help:

    The sub company that makes these seems to be here:
    Safemasters Safes and Security Products, Indianapolis IN

    A few places that sell this safe are:
    The Little Safe Company > Stanley Laptop / Hotel safe
    Bargain Safes and postboxes > Stanley Laptop / Hotel safe

    These may be slightly different but I think that the pics on the sites have a cover over the round bit to the side of the control pad.

    You may be able to call one or more of these vendors and get more information off them to help.

    Either that or call a locksmith
    Last edited by SYNACK; 19th November 2008 at 12:16 PM.

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