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GregWhitney

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Post Tue Feb 18, 2020 11:19 pm

Help with key code?

I have a Cole file cabinet with a locking door but no key. Yep, easy to pick and sure I could make a key after pulling the lock apart but what I really want to do is cut a key from code. I've never done it before and this silly cabinet seems to be the one to call to me.

That said, i am looking for the key code for a National lock stamped C5A. I say it is a National based on the look of the N on the back of the handle. It takes a O1122B blank. I believe I have the depth and space charts to cover this so am just looking for the code. Any help would be appreciated.

Just to show I am not after yellow cake uranium stashed in this high security device, here are a couple of pics. :D
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Post Thu Feb 20, 2020 1:05 am

Re: Help with key code?

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GregWhitney

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Post Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:08 pm

Re: Help with key code?

Thank you!
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GregWhitney

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Post Thu Feb 27, 2020 8:42 pm

Re: Help with key code?

Thanks again! I was able to make a working key after 3 tries. My depths were fine but I had some trouble with getting the spacing right on the first two. I even subscribed to a code site so I can do some more playing with code cutting.

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