Posted by C.D. Lipscomb, CML,CPS,CAL,CIL on January 03, 2011 at 16:46:53:
In Reply to: Re: Chubb Mosler&Taylor Problem.|
Dunno where you are at, but you can find a qualified Safe Technician near you at www.savta.org. This is the Safe And Vault Technician's official website and there is a search feature there to help you find a safe person.
Another place to look is the "Find a Locksmith" section at www.aloa.org. This is the Associated Locksmiths Of America website.
You can also check the Yellow Page section here on Clearstar. Click on "Yellow Page" in the big blue banner at the top of the home page here. This will let you find a Clearstar member near you. At one of these websites, you are most likely to find a reputable, professional safetech that can help you.
There is no magic fix for your problem that you can get on the internet. Most safes, and those safes in particular are changed from the factory shipping combination when they are delivered new. No one will have that combination recorded where it can be looked up by serial number. The original manufacturer is long out of business. A lost combination will require a safetech to come to your safe, and either hand manipulate it open, or open it by some other method.
Price will depend on the work involved and the individual safe-person. A professional safetech should be able to give a ball-park estimate of cost once he gets enough information from you to know what he/she is dealing with. I wish you well.