Re: busted keys

Jim C. /
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Get a hacksaw blade and and with it in the "backstroke cut" position, grind down the top on one end til all that's left is very little metal and the saw teeth.

Insert this cut down end on the side of the key that has the teeth. The idea is to get the hacksaw blade teeth to engage the key's teeth. do this carefully and the sub should come out. It doesn't hurt to lubricate the lock with WD-40 before trying this.

Jim

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  keysTopic by: robert robert 07/31/01 11:45AM
  Re: busted keysRe: Jim C. Jim C. 07/31/01 11:16PM
  Re: busted keysRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 08/01/01 11:22AM
  Re: busted keysRe: don-ohio don-ohio 08/01/01 09:05PM
  Re: busted keysRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 08/02/01 11:21AM
  Re: keysRe: Roald Amundsen Roald Amundsen 08/01/01 02:04AM
  Re: keysRe: Roald Amundsen Roald Amundsen 08/01/01 02:04AM
  Re: Busted bladesRe: Jim C. Jim C. 08/02/01 12:19AM
  Re: Busted bladesRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 08/02/01 11:24AM

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