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Post Mon Dec 26, 2011 6:06 am

Illinois lock

So my girlfriend got me this lock for Christmas and I thought I could get through it pretty quick but it has turned out to be pretty hard for me to get. When I push up on one of the front pins the one under it starts moving too. I have only picked one wafer lock before and have no idea what is going on here. Can someone tell me what is happening? If I push up the last pin then move out of the lock pushing up each pin I get this insane false set type thing and it isn't making much sense. Here are a few pictures of the lock.
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Post Mon Dec 26, 2011 6:33 am

Re: Illinois lock

keep picking in the false and it will open
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Post Mon Dec 26, 2011 8:25 am

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keep picking the false set. i have picked one of these on my channel. they are so fun. the wafers literally act like spools. pick the regular wafers first then the secobd row. atleast, thats how i opened mine
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Post Mon Dec 26, 2011 9:08 am

Re: Illinois lock

mister sour wrote:keep picking the false set. i have picked one of these on my channel. they are so fun. the wafers literally act like spools. pick the regular wafers first then the secobd row. atleast, thats how i opened mine


I will go watch the video now. Thanks man.
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Post Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:25 pm

Re: Illinois lock

dont underestimate the duo...

there is a second set of wafers that you cannot reach from picking the top or bottom of the keyway, you can however reach them vrom picking the middle ward... if that makes since...

duos are one of the funnest wafer locks around... enjoy

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Post Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:51 pm

Re: Illinois lock

LocksmithArmy wrote:dont underestimate the duo...

there is a second set of wafers that you cannot reach from picking the top or bottom of the keyway, you can however reach them vrom picking the middle ward... if that makes since...

duos are one of the funnest wafer locks around... enjoy


Thanks man. This lock is one of the three locks I just can't seem to pick but maybe sometime soon.

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