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This is how you generally change the combo on a briefcase
1. With the briefcase closed put int the combination
2. Slide the bottons in the opposite direction than you usally do to open it.
3. Now set your new password.
4. Slide the buttons back into place.
5. If it dosent work the first time try it a few times
6. If it fails try reposting with more specific model information about your briefcase
Turn the lock to the correct combination and open the briefcase.
Look at the lock. There should be one or two pins that you
can slide with your fingers. If there is one, simply push it in. If
there are two, push them together. It may be the same button you use to
open the case.
Change the lock to an easy-to-remember value, such as 000 or 123, to test the lock. Release the pin.
Close the briefcase and turn the lock to another value. It
should not open. Now turn it to the test combination. It should open
Repeat Steps 2 and 3, but this time choose a number that will
be easy for you to remember, but hard for someone else to guess. Write
down your new combination and keep it somewhere safe.
When you open the briefcase on the inside to the right of where the combination is in the center there is a metal lever sticking out. Push this lever to the left and hold it there while you change the combination numbers.
When you let the lever spring back to it's normal position, the numbers set will be the new combination.