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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 12:58 am

Cardale garage door lock - how to - lost keys

cardale garage doors - locking barrel removal - HOW TO GUIDE

if you have lost your keys for the cardale garage door - can be expensive to replace the lock barrel or entire thing

no matter if its the euro or fixed barrel type - only one screw or clip retains the cylinder barrel

REMOVE THIS BARREL AND YOU CAN WITH A KEY BLANK - DECODE YOUR LOCK - TO MAKE A NEW KEY

BLANK REF : HD LF85 ILCO LF24 KEYLINE LF19 JMA LF7 SILCA LF19 -ORION LF27 Cuts on both sides

please note the height of the wafers once blank key is inserted - is the cutting order 3 HEIGHTS POSSIBLE PIC 5

SEE PHOTO GUIDE
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:agree: And great sites such as keypicking and there amazing admin - team make all this possible
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 2:21 am

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Thanks for posting this. :cool:
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 6:53 pm

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Great post and I like the pic
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Post Sat Feb 20, 2016 1:35 pm

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Well done ringo ! , a lot of caravans have identical set ups , have hand cut a key for one using the same method .
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Hi Ringo, Great post on the Cardale garage door lock. Please can you help me with my lock? The Cardale garage door is locked and cannot be accessed internally. No keys. I have purchased a lock pick set rather than try to drill the barrel out but struggling to pick the lock. Any ideas?
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PaulN-G wrote:Hi Ringo, Great post on the Cardale garage door lock. Please can you help me with my lock? The Cardale garage door is locked and cannot be accessed internally. No keys. I have purchased a lock pick set rather than try to drill the barrel out but struggling to pick the lock. Any ideas?
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so your dealing with lock as in photo guide - 8 wafers - only 3 depths of cut 1-2-3
first 5 wafers you need to pick downward - then last 3 wafers pick upward
think that's how barrel was set up - see the 5 wafers standing up in photo - other 3 on opposite side of plug
so a tad tricky ... give this ago :razz:

good luck

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Post Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:47 am

Re: Cardale garage door lock - how to - lost keys

Use the ball type pick and a double tension wrench, apply tension and rub the ball picking and out whilst slightly angling it up and down, it will open in a couple of seconds then follow the guide as above.

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