Most electronic systems will have measures to defeat such probing.
Typically after two or three wrong codes, some timer will be invoked
during which all codes will be considered wrong, and each further
wrong code entered will double the timeout. Might be even worse in
that after so many wrong codes, no code will ever open it, like the
PIN numbers for SIM cards and cash cards and some car radios.
I have recently come into posession of a hilka safe. I followed th
explanation on how to reset the combination okay, but as I lack th
instruction manual I cannot work out how to actually lock my Hilk
Nothing I do seems to actually lock it.
Can you help?
I have a Hilka electronic combination safe, and to lock it you just shut the
door and turn the handle. Bingo - it's locked. You then have to enter the
combination in order to be able to turn the handle to unlock it.
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