Question about Locks & Locksmithing
Someone jambed something into the keyway blocking the entrance for your key. You can do as a locksmith would by using a hacksaw blade which is grounded down ever so thin with the teeth showing and a little bit of the blade left as well. This way the obstruction can be racked out of the keyway
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
Hello Peter. Get some penetrating lubricating spray such as WD-40. Spray it into the key hole and onto the key. Insert the key and tap it lightly with a hammer. Turn it. If it still isnt in far enough let the penetrating lube work over night and try again. Reapply the WD-40 as needed. Joe
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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