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How to remove stuck key cyliender

Key cylender broke key does not turn

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It can be drilled directly in the center with a 1/2 in bit and just short of the depth of the cylinder. I usually put blue tape around the bit so i know when the bit is deep enough.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

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    jsmahngar Jan 15, 2013

    can i pick the lock or is there pictorl drawing of inside the lock cylender on net to see.

  • jsmahngar
    jsmahngar Jan 15, 2013

    can that lock tumbler be saved some how

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