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Hi Guys 

lost keys I have a lock number of 3156 unable to id the kay blank as the key way seems to be seized with road dirt and idea's the key blank and bitting??

I am not sure but looks as its an adapted cupboard lock riveted the the metal framework with a rod pushing in to the framework?

Any help would be appriciated.

Yours

Steve H

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1 hour ago, Mick Friend said:

Or even easier, drill rivets and remove. Then replace with either an L&F 5862 or 5861.

Advise customer lubricates at regular intervals and NEVER USES WD40 unless it is jammed but if they do use another lubricant after.

Wiping vaseline over the keyway will help if they are going to be left locked for a while.

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Hi Guys

as an update left the lock soaking in release oil over the weekend to see if I could do anything with the unit I hadn't tried picking it because is was so badly seiezed. The lock is still seized removed the unit and found the ladder rack had also been mastic to the body work and the mastic was in the lock causing the seizeure. New lock on its way thanks for all your help. 

Last quick job of the day or so I thought.

Cheers Guys

Yours

Steve H

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