Re: [DML] Re: Missing door key, possible to cut new one without copy?
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Re: [DML] Re: Missing door key, possible to cut new one without copy?



If you go this route, note that the early style door keys are 
asymetrical and only work one way up - without one to copy, a locksmith 
probably wouldn't work this out.

I believe the profiles are the same rather than mirrored, as most other 
keys are.

Martin

James Espey wrote:

>2 - You *may* find a locksmith that is willing to attempt to try to
>make a key for the locks. Do NOT let him remove the locks from the
>doors. The clip that holds the lock in place is fragile, and generally
>irreplaceable.
>  
>






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