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Fire Safe Combination Safe By Sentry Safe


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  • 4 live-locking bolts
  • May be bolted to floor (hardware included)
  • Metal handle
  • Door pocket
  • Holds standard and A-4 size papers, folders and binders
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Technical Details
Part Number DS3607
Item Weight101 pounds
Product Dimensions22 x 21.5 x 19.6 inches
Item model numberDS3607
SizeOne Size
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000G9U0OG
Best Sellers Rank #493,376 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 pounds
Date First AvailableJune 19, 2006
  
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Product Description

Fire safe features advanced LCD electronic lock with backlit keypad and programmable PIN access wards against tampering and unwanted entry.

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Do not buy Sentry digital safes.
danishduke
This recession applies to all sentry safes with an electronic lock and a separate handle to open it.
Chris
Wish I had read the review before purchasing.
Wade Greene

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ordmd on December 3, 2008
I've bought this type and won't open anymore after 1 year. New batteries and green light indicates it should open but would not. Sentry is unreliable. Don't buy Sentry or else regret it after a year.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Jajam on February 24, 2009
Exactly as the previous post says, the green open lock light is there, you hear something happening, but you can't open it. You can't get worse then a safe that locks you out of your own valuables, key code or not.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By DeeJayMC on November 10, 2009
After 3 short months of infrequent use (opened it once a week at most) the safe stopped working. Just as everyone else indicates, you get a green light, you can hear the actuator attempting to open the dead bolts....and.....wait for it.......NOTHING. After doing research and calling support, their solution is to bang it just below the keypad with a hammer. You read that correctly, the solution is to bang it with a hammer. Well my safe now has about 30 dents in it and it hardly opens. Yes, I'm incredibly persistent and cheap, but I've had enough as it hardly opens now. Time to invest in a Honeywell. I hardly leave reviews, and a bad one is rare, but 1 star is too generous for this product.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Proud Pappa on October 2, 2010
Here I am shopping for a new safe because mine decided not to open one day. I had the same experience as others where Sentry customer service told me to use a rubber mallet. Luckily the mallet worked. After all these bad reviews and knowing that all you need to open one is a rubber mallet, why would anyone buy a Sentry safe?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By danishduke on May 4, 2011
Do not buy Sentry digital safes. Sooner or later the digital chip or connections will disconnect and the only way you can open the safe is to call a locksmith, and they will drill into the safe and destroy it.
Only purchase MESA or First Alert safes that have a backup emergency entry. Only negative with First Alert safes is you can't bolt them to the floor. No internal bolt for this safe. So Mesa is the best!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By bubbula on February 9, 2011
Went to Sams Club looking at this safe. Bought the safe and lugged it home with my bum wrist, unpacked it and started to get it setup. I got a bolt kit (two bolts), instructions on how to install them! and a yellow sheet of paper showing how to install the batteries to open this thing. There was also a screw with a yellow tag that said to remove but I decided not to at the time.

The reason being that there were no instructions telling you what to do next. I went to Sentrys website and discovered it had a manual that showed all that but I did not get one. The manual that I should have got would have had the five digit factory code to get into the safe if all else failed (not in the manual on the website of course).

Cut to waiting all weekend, I called Sentry on monday and was told that sometimes the manual may not have been put in and was a mistake but I could call Sams Club and they could get the manual for me through Sentry. Otherwise I would have to have notarized documents showing that I owned the safe before they would give me the code.

Called Sams Club and was told I was better off going through Sentry to get it. Nuff said I am not getting caught in the middle of anything for that kind of money, had the wife take it back. Getting more and more frustrated with Sams Club and the money I spend on gas taking crap back because of apathetic employees or because they are selling known defective products or products that the makers of the product seem very nonchalant if you have a problem with it.

This was partially Sams Clubs fault and Sentrys as with my other reviews about Sams Club and products we have had to take back.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris on February 26, 2013
This recession applies to all sentry safes with an electronic lock and a separate handle to open it.
After 3 years of usage the safe refused to open sporadically. Even punching in the right combination using fresh batteries, the handle to open the door could not be pushed down. Sometimes it opened, sometimes not.
Sentry customer support knows about the problem and provided the following instruction to solve the issue:
"Try the following if this doesn't work it might be necessary to drill open the unit:
If the safe still does not allow entry, but hears a click - if the safe is not bolted down, I have the customer tip the safe on its back and leave for 12-24 hours. This allows all the air pressure built up in the gasket to release. With the safe on its back, lift up on the handle as if the safe were upright, enter the code, and bring the handle down.
If you can't hear the click after trying lift/push or if after laying the safe on its back didn't allow entry, lift the handle up and give 5 quick, firm taps to the right of the keypad on the door with a rubber mallet. After tapping, keep the handle up, push in on the door, enter the code, then bring the handle down. This should allow entry."

Unfortunately this is not a joke. I followed the instruction and the door opened indeed. Luckily I did not mount the safe to the floor so I could turn it.
I looked into the door from inside and was amazed by the cheap and bad quality I saw. The locks of all Sentry safes with an electronic look have a general design issue, that results in clogging the electronic lock after some years of usage.

There are groups who talk about the issue:
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My Advise:
Stay away from this type of safe. It looks like for a real safe some more money must be invested. It does not help at all to lock away your belongings like passports and documents, if you have no access to it any more.
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