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If the lock is a standard lock for the model of your jukebox then you should be able to get a replacement from the distributor.
Look on the back of the jukebox for a serial number plate. This will tell you the manufacturer and the model number etc. The jukebox could be a Wurlitzer, Rowe Ami, Rock Ola or Antique Apperatus.
Once the details are known you could get a key from www.victoryglass.com in the USA.
Call the dealer they can give you the code most are in the service Manuel on a hard credit card type piece of plastic. If not the dealer will tell you to pull stereo and find the code on the radio itself. i have had this happen on a Chevy product and the dealer called manufacturer and retrieved code for me at no cost. Sincerely Steve
I bought a mitsub galant 01 the battery recently changed an teh radio need the code the vin#4A3AA466X1E038768, the serial for the radio#06204159E please I need some help ! e-mail email@example.com