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MY DOOR LOCK HAS STRUCK. HOW I CAN OPEN THE DOOR SHEET FROM INSIDE TO FIX THE LOCK

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There will be at least one screw in the panel located in the handle to close the doo the rest will be push pin's but be carfull when u pry the pannel off so u dond damage or loose the pin's

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