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I tried all combinations twice, I have pried open the mecahnism as far as I can see and there is no distinguishing mark on the rotating **** - I plan on ripping the mechnism out and maybe it will at least close. I can jack the handle open with force and close it with force but I would prefer no locking mechanism to this rubbish.

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