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How do I get a arrow dead bolt off my front door. no visible screws or slots or openings anywhere. I want to install one I have a key for.

Turning cover with a pliers. no visible holes slots anywhere.

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To take those off you have to have the key and turn it a quarter turn to reveal screws. if you don't have the key the lot has to be pick or bumped. or you can try drilling through the plate that turns to reveal the screws but be careful not to damage the screws.

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