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*Note: Replacing the keypad will require the safe door to be open. The old keypad must be unplugged from the lock inside of the safe door. Please call us if you have any questions!
Posted by Mark on 29th May 2018
I needed an additional combination lock to complete an upgrade for two of my Winchester safes; one lock was replaced under warranty. I purchased the second lock- a 5715 combination padlock-from MBA. Having replaced a similar safe lock previously, this install was easy, EXCEPT, MBA provided no instructions for retrofitting this lock. Instructions are important since Winchester Safes do not use existing mounting holes and installers must use a tap, die, and square block (no tools included) to attach the new mounting screws for the new 5715 lock. If you purchase this lock with the intent to mount it on a Winchester Safe as soon as you get it, you will be disappointed and frustrated. Get the instructions and tool list from Winchester first.
I dug out the instructions and tools from my previous combination lock retrofit, and using these, the new lock mounted quickly and solidly. With its backlight feature, I find the 5715 a positive upgrade to my safe, especially during low light.
Posted by curt a santner on 30th Apr 2018
Only took fifteen minutes to replace the keypad. Had to remove inner door liner, remove lock mechanism inside safe, then install new keypad on front of door and run wires thru to lock mechanism. I like the backlit option a lot too!
Posted by Henry on 24th Mar 2018
Easy job. Worked seamlessly.