Question about Locks & Locksmithing
Depending on what type of lock it is, you will need to replace the whole cylinder. The door is a pressed over face and crimp installation. Not easily removed and reinstalled. Replacing the whole cylinder is pretty easy to do. If the hardware on the back is complex or hard to follow.... please take several pictures so you can reinstall correctly. Usually there is a clip holding the lock in place and a screw or rivet holding on the actuator hardware. If it's a rivet...then you will need to carefully drill it out, replace your cylinder, and then pop rivet it back in place.
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Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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