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When central locking is realesed on landrover discovery door knob does not pop up high enougth to enable me to open it with door handle the only way to open it is to insert the key and turn it anti-clockwise a couple of mil.Anyone know the problem?

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It sound like a broken door latch there is a spring inside which breaks you used to have to replace the whole latch but i think there are repair kits available from some independant parts specialists.

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