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Pat, Explosives??? Safes are designed to open ONLY "AFTER" the correct combination has been dialed - there simply is no way around this. A few manufacturers have installed by pass locks on their
Hello Spence, I feel for you. Low pressure is a problem. The "functional" range is considered to be between 40 psi and 80 psi. This is the industry standard that plumbing fixtures are designed to work
Hi Mike, Unfortunately, that is NEVER good news. Generally, something coming loose and/or falling inside the safe door, means that something has come loose or become disconnected. There are about
Hi Sam, Actually brass is best. The dielectric unions are crap and usually start to leak in a few years. In fact I would go with brass nipples and unions. Here is something like what I mean...use a 3"
Hi Tim, Be sure when hooking the sensors directly that the black tracer wire is on the last connection point on the terminal strip and the white w/o a tracer is in the middle connection. You didnt