Identify / How to repin this Schlage lock?

Old 06-17-13, 04:47 PM
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Identify / How to repin this Schlage lock?

Can anyone help identify or even better provide instructions on how to repin this Schlage lock? This came from a front door with a handleset. It's rather old, so i'm unable to identify it nor find good instructions to repin this. Any help or pointers would be great, thanks.
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Old 06-17-13, 06:05 PM
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Have any other Schlage locks on the other outside doors.
If so you could take the other key and that lock and have them keyed alike.
Any lock smith even a box or hardware can do it.
Old 06-19-13, 07:28 AM
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push and hold the plunger pin in back while unwinding the retainer cover....will allow for rekeying. Better yet take it to your's a 5 min job
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be carful not to loose the spring or pin that is in there. the pin to push in is the little thing at the 10 o'clock position
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Without the special tools/parts/knowledge, it generally requires more patience, dexterity & experimenting than most DIY'ers are willing to invest. This is what locksmiths do every day, & if you take the cylinder to them, there's no service (trip) charge. The labor charge is quite minimal, considering the time it would save you, were you to do it yourself.

If you are curious enough to learn the techniques/trade, there are numerous online courses avail. many of us, you may turn a hobby into a career!

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