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Post Tue Sep 10, 2019 12:47 am

Re: Mosler 302

johnnybravo3210 wrote:I have been given a 4 drawer Black Label Mosler Safe with a 302 lock. The combo was supposedly set to 25-50-25. Which does not work. And neither does 50-25-50 which is the default. I have tried every combination that may have been set a number off of the two combos above with no luck. I have an X07 I was wanting to replace the 302 lock with. I read here they can be manually manipulated by a good safecraker of which I am not. I really don't want it drilled out. Would anyone want to take the challenge of trying to opem it manually? I live in Niceville Florida. If you open it you can have the old 302 lock.

Welcome to the forum Johnny. I hope you find someone that can help. I'm not only too far away... I'd be of no help as I'm not familiar with the process of manipulating these. Though I too have been told and read that there is indeed a valid way/technique.

MartinHewitt wrote:.....Oldfast, I can't read the numbers on your lock in these photos. Could you please have a look what is written there?

Oldfast wrote:So the tag says.....

PROTECTED BY ONE OR MORE OF
THE FOLLOWING US PATENTS

3, 699, 789
3, 702, 551
3, 719, 064
3, 727, 439

3, 772, 904
4, 073, 554
4, 230, 912
4, 510, 417

It's right in front of me and I'm STILL having trouble determining a few of the numbers. Hope it's all correct.



p.s. I see fuckitbucket is up to its old dirty tricks again :D This time I think their new scheme is here to stay tho. lol
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Post Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:39 am

Re: Mosler 302

Damn! Missed that posting. Thanks!
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Post Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:02 am

Re: Mosler 302

Hm. None of the patent have to do with this lock. The last two are not even related to safe and lock stuff.

US3699789 Dial mechanism
US3702551 Time delay lock
US3719064 A strange combination lock
US3727439 Deposit key lock
US3772904 Deposit key lock
US4073554 Modular safety deposit box system
US4230912 Line voltage sensor and dial pulse repeater
US4510417 Display panel
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