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My key does not go all the way in and the handle's locked. does it need lubricant?

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Yes its need lubricant put some oil in keyhole

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How to Maintain Cam Lock?

The followings are the tips for maintenance of cam lock:
1. During daily utilization, had better to hold handle and screw spring bolt into body. Then, loose hand after closing door. The door should not be hit by force,
otherwise service life of cam lock will be reduced. The lock and handle cannot be wiped by using wet cloth, because some locks made of metal materials will rust; clad
layer on locks made of alloy materials will be wear off, which will be not beautiful any more.

2. Lubricant agents should be kept on rotating part of lock, maintaining smooth rotation and extending service life. The lock should be inspected for once in half of a
year or one year. Meanwhile, check whether fasting screw is loosen or not, ensuring that it is fastened.

3. During the application of cylinder, when key is not inserted and extracted smoothly, a few of graphite powders or pencil powders can be injected into slot of
cylinder so that key can be inserted and extracted smoothly. However, other oils cannot be used as lubricant agents in case of grease pasting billiard spring which
cause that cylinder cannot be rotated or opened.

4. For , tolerance clearance of cylinder and locking plate should be checked frequently. The coordination of height between spring bolt and hole of locking
plate is appropriate or not. The best tolerance clearance between door and door frame is 1.5-2.5mm. If the tolerance clearance is changed, location of hinge on door or
locking plate should be adjusted.

5. When cam lock is normally used, if there is dirt on lock, the dirt can be cleaned up by using dry cloth. The lock cannot be wiped by using cleanser essence and
other chemicals, or else, protective film on exposed parts will be destructed, leading to discoloration.

6. When main spring bolt or safety spring tongue, it cannot be hit vigorously, avoiding spring bolt or door frame being damaged, because sealing strip is installed
between door and door frame, having elastic force, so, when opening lock by handle or key is tight, the door can be pull or pushed by hand when opening door to
overcome the elastic force, in case of handle or key being broken. Cam Lock Manufacturer Supplier Topper Cam Locks

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Doors locks

I had the same problem. I think it is due to wearing of the internal part of the door mechanism. The handle on the inside of the door will open it. I removed the door inside panel and can see the mechanism but I cannot figure out how to remove it just yet. The window slide rail is in the way. The mechanism is connected with four linkages, the top lock plunger, the door handle rod, the door key rod and the solenoid that actuates the whole thing. The solenoid is pulling but it can't pull hard enough to overcome what is worn. The key also does not overcome it. The door handle will.

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Using Pencils for Lubrication

The"lead" in a pencil is graphite. This is commonly used in industry for lubrication in situations where there are high temperatures or pressures or where dirt would stick to oil. Around the home it can be used to lubricate where grease or oil would be messy, e.g.lubricating zips, drawing instruments, sliding surfaces, locks etc.To lubricate a zip simply run the tip up and down the teeth of the open zip.To lubricate a tumbler lock, first break off a lump of lead from a pencil. Push this into the keyhole of the lock. The aim is to crush the lead up into powder in the lock. Push the key into the lock and turn it backwards and forwards. If you meet any resistance just keep sliding the key in and out and backwards and forwards until the lead is broken up. Alternatively run the tip of a pencil backwards and forwards along the teeth on the key.Graphite can also be used for lubrication where a surface can become very hot and where oil would be unsuitable e.g. hinges on stoves, sliding parts. Make some graphite powder by splitting up a pencil using a knife or otherwise and extract the lead. Crush this in the lid of a jar with a blunt object such as the handle of a screwdriver or something similar. The powder can then be shaken into the hinges. If it is mixed with oil, it can be formed into a paste. This can then be worked into the joint or onto the surface to be lubricated.

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I have a ford focus w reg, my passenger door won't open. I can't lock the doors using remote because it only locks three doors, i have to lock the passenger door manually. but now after locking the...

You will probably need assistance with the repair, but first try this. Spray some spray lubricant like WD40 into the keyhole on the exterior using the tiny straw provided with the lubricant can. Try locking and unlocking manually using your key in the outside key lock and try activating the handle to open the door while you have someone pull in and out on the door. Once it's open, you may need to remove the interior panel to see if something is rusted, worn or bent.

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the mechanism at the door lock is not returning the park position that's why you can't open it try lubricating the lock, the return spring could be hanging up. worst case scenario you will have to remove the door panel and lubricate it from the inside. the lock is fine.

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I have a profile 22 door lock, the problem is that when i open the lock the key will not release from the locking barrel until I lock the door again the key will not tern in the barrel far enough to get...

loosen the fastening screws and readjust the lock it is tightened down in a jamming position, re tighten until its free while apart spray lubricant into spring.

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I have a 1998 jeep cherokee and can not open rear (trunk) door It feels like the key is unlocking and locking, but raising the door handle will not let me open the door?????

spray a light lubricating oil into the locking or catch mechanism, you will need to have the door opened already though. WD 40 should work well. I have a 98 cherokee limited and had a similar problem when I purchased it used. It would lock and unlock, but it wouldn't open. To first open it I had to push the handle down while I pulled the latch up.

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2000 Dodge Caravan Rear Door Latch

I had the same problem and fixed it using the following steps. I am not an expert or even very mechanically inclined, just desperate to get this fixed without spending any money. This was done on a 1996 Dodge Caravan. Similar steps should apply to a number of years of the Caravans and Voyagers. 

Two people will make removing the panel easier. To do this, you'll need a phillips screwdriver, penetrating lubricant, and pliers. 

First, if you cannot open the door at all: There is a small plastic disc plugging a hole just above the latch on the inside. Pop out that disk, and use a screwdriver to lift the latch mechanism. It should not take a great deal of force to move the latch. When the latch moves, push the door and it should open. 

1. Remove the plastic panel on the inside of the van. You need to remove the handle and several screws on the perimeter of the door. 
2. Disconnect the interior door lights by gently pulling the wiring harness (two of these). 
3. Looking at the door from the interior, there is a small electronic plunger mechanism on the right side with an "accordion" (this is the electric lock). There is a rod that goes from the to the middle of the door, just above the lock mechanism. Another rod goes from the key lock to the latch. This rod, threaded on one end, snaps into a small bracket on the latch. It may need to be snapped back in. There may also be a rubbery/tar-like sticker near the locking mechanisms that can be removed (it can interfere with some of the moving parts). 
4. Manually operate the plunger on the electric lock several times using pliers. Mine was extremely stiff. It should move the rod at least a full inch. 
5. Spray lubricant on the latch, the back of the key lock, and the back of the exterior handle. Also spray lubricant into the key lock itself (where the key goes). Do NOT spray lubricant on the electronic lock mechanism or plunger. 
6. Just above the latch, there is a small hole (only about 1/8" around). Carefully and liberally spray lubricant into that hole in every direction (this is where the rods from the key lock, electric lock, and latch meet). There is a white plastic post that comes out through another nearby hole. Spray lubricant liberally into that hole, too. 
7. Again, manually operate the plunger on the electric lock several times using pliers. It should be considerably smoother to operate. 
8. Put your key into the key lock and pull it out several times. 
9. Spray lubricant into the key lock again, then carefully operate the lock with the key. If it didn't work or was stiff before, it should operate much more smoothly. Operate the electric locks several times. 
10. When operating the lock, you should see the plunger on the electric lock move to its extents (at least an inch). Watch it when using a key and using the electric lock. 
11. Check the movements of the rod and plunger when operating the lock, and the movements of the latch when operating the handle (when unlocked). If anything is still really stiff, use some more lubricant and operate the lock and handle again. 
12. When reassembling the door panel, remember to plug in the two wiring harnesses for the interior lights. 

I hope this helps!

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