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    Ronis key to code 3063

    Did you tip align it or shoulder align it ?
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    Key ID Please?

    There are a few profiles that look like it, but none that I would be sure enough. I would suggest to look at the back of the cylinder. There is sometimes (usually ?) a code stamped on it. The letters in the code refer to for the key profile.
  3. Hope this helps , i didn't remove the switch.
  4. Check out page 21 (25 )of the manual https://mbausa.com/content/downloadfiles/bravo-iii-user-manual.pdf
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    Abs key

    I don't get these in my area , are they the same as Mul-T-Lock ?
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    Joma key id

    EU13R The code matches the bitting.
  7. That poor abused thing. Where is the rest of it ?
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    Key marked 'T'

    Silca IJ1 It's been posted a few times before, but seeing as there is no brandname on the key, it's not easy to search for them.
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    JMA key ID

    That looks like a Silca LAP1 edit: LAP1 does not match the code series, PR5 does.
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    Key blank help

    Sorry , i had read your original post too fast, missed the shoulder bit. Sorry about that.
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    Key blank help

    My first goto with anything like this is KYM1 or KYM1RP.
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    Urgent key assistance

    Silca SM1R should be the correct blank.
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    Snap On codes

    My ancient version of Instacode (2014) has it as Card 890 ISN 3824
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    Gerda H Plus Blank

    Have a look at MC14R
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    Snap on Code?

    Looking at the 2 cards , the difference seems to be how the wafers are grouped. I would blacken a key blank with a marker pen and see where the wafers rub it off. Either that or take the lock apart. It seems to have a nut at the back so it shouldn't be that hard.