I went to my first estate sale a couple of weeks ago. It was weird, walking through a deceased person's home, snatching up goods. The man was 95 when he died. There was still a giant print of the world hanging in his living room with push pins indicating places he had been. I bought a Zero Halliburton aluminum camera/briefcase there for three dollars. They were practically giving it away because nobody knew the combination. When I got it home, I played around with the three digits and after about half hour the case popped open. The old man's eyeball was inside! Kidding. Just wanted to see if you were paying attention. Anyway, it opened. I wrote the combination down and closed it, but couldn't open it again. Considering those cases sell for hundreds of dollars and have a lifetime warranty, I figured I should call the company. As it turns out, the company is going to replace the jammed lock for me. All I had to do was ship it UPS, which cost 20 bucks.