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Try lock lubricant. Spray it sown around the shackle on both sides, and around the dial. Push the shackle into the lock body to unload the mechanism, then try to turn the dial again - if your hasp has the shackle under tension, it may drag the mechanism and keep it from unlatching.
Posted on May 12, 2014
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