Question about Home Security
1. try looking on top of cpu can and all around, alot of times we leave the key on top of cpu and they fall off. 2. your alarm service co. should sent you a new key no charge (may be shipping) i dont charge for cpu keys my self 3. just drill the cylinder out, remove the lock after you get the door open, make your repair , most cpu cans are predrilled so you can than just use a screw to keep it closed, if it needs to be secure you'll have to get a new lock
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
Is there a number on the lock? If it has a silver finish with no number, it is most likely a 204. If you do have a number, let me know what it is and I will send you on at no charge.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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