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SOURCE: I have an emtek key in knob lock and wont disasemble

The locks are tricky, they have special tools to make it easier, I'm not saying you can't do it, but if you can't get the knob apart, I don't know if you can get the pins in the tumbler right. Usually a pin hole in the side of the knob will release the keyset, then the ring in the back will release the tumbler, the cap on the top will release the pins, and I mean release, hang on to them, cause they fly! Put the tumbler back in without the pins, put the new key in, make sure it is right, drop the pins in one at a time, first the bottoms, they should all be the same size, then the tops will be according to the cut in the key. Or is it the other way around, drop in the springs, put the cover on, if it works the first time, you will be very lucky. Hope this helps.

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The locks are tricky, they have special tools to make it easier, I'm not saying you can't do it, but if you can't get the knob apart, I don't know if you can get the pins in the tumbler right. Usually a pin hole in the side of the knob will release the keyset, then the ring in the back will release the tumbler, the cap on the top will release the pins, and I mean release, hang on to them, cause they fly! Put the tumbler back in without the pins, put the new key in, make sure it is right, drop the pins in one at a time, first the bottoms, they should all be the same size, then the tops will be according to the cut in the key. Or is it the other way around, drop in the springs, put the cover on, if it works the first time, you will be very lucky. Hope this helps.

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