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ge/supra pushbutton lockbox

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ge/supra pushbutton lockbox

Postby Boney1 » Wed Jul 21, 2010 1:34 am

I've recently purchased a new building, and this box is hanging on the front door. The realtor didn't put it there, and tells me its from the previous owners, who can't be reached for the code. It looks horrid hanging on my front door and I'd like to remove it, and perhaps use it on the back, side, etc. I have very little experience lockpicking, and was wondering how to figure out the combination on the push button pad.
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Re: ge/supra pushbutton lockbox

Postby Squelchtone » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:24 am

Boney1 wrote:I've recently purchased a new building, and this box is hanging on the front door. The realtor didn't put it there, and tells me its from the previous owners, who can't be reached for the code. It looks horrid hanging on my front door and I'd like to remove it, and perhaps use it on the back, side, etc. I have very little experience lockpicking, and was wondering how to figure out the combination on the push button pad.


We don't talk about combination push-button, combination padlocks, safes or electronic keypad locks in the public areas. We pick locks as a hobby and this is a more advanced question which if we gave you the answer to help you out, maybe be Googled by anyone else especially if they are up to no good and are trying to get keys to a building, break into a safe, etc. If you really want it off, and don't want to make a mess with a sledge hammer, then call a local locksmith to professionally remove it. There is no simple trick to opening these either, they're actually built pretty well. Just this morning someone else was talking about them and their post was moved to the advanced area for future discussion. If you like this as a hobby, stick around, pick some normal locks for fun and then apply for advanced access when you qualify to do so. We are a knowledgeable bunch, but we aren't a 1-800-askalocksmith service, we just do this as a fun hobby, so again, a real locksmith can probably help you a lot faster than we can. Thanks for understanding our position.

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