Removing faulty Euro Lock

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by Team of 99, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. Carlb

    Carlb New Member

    Also, if the key is stuck/snapped in the barrel use a spare key in the opposite side and tap it...the broken key will stick out about 4mm so you can remove it with pliers.
  2. denpat

    denpat New Member

    Midnight cowboy. Have same problem. I have been told to drill and it will come off but I have difficulty removing mine, as the black bit in the middle is still angled. Have not tried other methods. Yours seems quicker. Other wise I will have to go bigger bit. Please send details to. Thanks
  3. tom mill

    tom mill New Member

    you can hire a reliable locksmith
  4. Working On It

    Working On It Member

    Remove the handles and snap the cylinder, remove pieces and replace.

  5. Phil the Paver

    Phil the Paver Screwfix Select

    I think in the 7 YEARS since this thread was started, its been sorted. :D:D:D
  6. Working On It

    Working On It Member

    HAHAHA never noticed that, but you never know, he might still be waiting for thr WD40 to soak in...........
    Doall likes this.
  7. Pollowick

    Pollowick Screwfix Select

    Will you be willing to undertake teh task - as you are advertising your services? Maybe a fixed fee of say $200 including travel?

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