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I have an eight year old Champion gun safe with a Sergeant Greenleaf electronic key pad. I talking with the gentleman who sold me the safe and he told me I'm on borrowed time in regards to my lock. He feels that the locks should be changed every 3-4 years. The safe Mfg agreed, however the people at Sergeant Greenleaf don’t think this is a big issue. The lock installed is about $350 to $400. That’s a big nut to crack every 3 years. The lock has a 2 year warranty, the mechanical locks are guaranteed for ever. Has anyone ever had an issue with their electronic locks?
 

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I've only had mine about two years and no problems...BUT
if the lock doesn't work or if the batteries go dead there is a specially cut key and a hidden key hole that allows me to bypass the lock and gain access.
 

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I've had my second one about 6yrs. First one broke after about 3yrs, with the door open. I wanted to go back to mechanical but could only get the electronic lock the day I needed it. I fixed the first one but no way I would trust it again. There is a cheap two dollar electric motor inside it that spins a treaded shaft. It could last for ever or quit anytime, so could a new one.
My original mechanical lock was shot by an 18yr old who had probably seen too many old western movies.

My S&G electronic lock has no hidden key hole nor the Liberty safe. That doesn't sound like a very safe safe.
 
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