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    If the hinges are accessible, can you just pop out the hinge pins and remove the whole door? If not, locksmith or take up a new lockpicking hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerserkerCatSplat View Post
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    take up a new lockpicking hobby.
    This is my personal favorite suggestion, asides from my own cattle bolt one.

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    Spray liquid nitrogen in the lock cylinder and just punch it out?

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    Hinges are not accessible sadly.
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    I'd be lying if I said I didn't disagree.
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    His name isn't NICEramos.

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    Did you use an exterior-quality door handle?

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    hacksaw/sawzall the handle off and you should get enough access to the internal mechanicals to force it to turn with tools - could even use a propane torch to soften the metal but at risk to the door and fumes in the area.

    brute force, compared to a locksmith

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    Did you use an exterior-quality door handle?
    It was whatever was cheapest for a keyed lever handle. It's not any special quality, although I think at this price point, interior and exterior handles are not different.
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    Well whatever reason you chose to use keyed for... it's working to keep the things safe.

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    I think the cost of a new interior, hollow door will be less than the service call to a locksmith and that's disregarding the intangible cost of emasculation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    I think the cost of a new interior, hollow door will be less than the service call to a locksmith and that's disregarding the intangible cost of emasculation.
    Or you could cut it with intent
    door1.jpg

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    Give me a few minutes, searching Youtube for some videos Ive watched recently. Opening handled doors are incredibly quick to open versus knobbed handles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwslam View Post
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    Well whatever reason you chose to use keyed for... it's working to keep the things safe.
    Its a big win.
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    Can't use an under the door tool on this type of lock.
    Attachment 98703PXL_20210419_010956740.jpg

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    But in other news, when nobody was looking today "someone" put the key into the door lock and hung the spare key on the handle. Fucking kids.
    Oh well, guess I don't need a locksmith....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Can't use an under the door tool on this type of lock.
    Attachment 98703PXL_20210419_010956740.jpg

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    But in other news, when nobody was looking today "someone" put the key into the door lock and hung the spare key on the handle. Fucking kids.
    Oh well, guess I don't need a locksmith....
    Well who's the n00b that gave kids the keys to the RapeFantasyRoom??!?

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    It’s a Christmas miracle!

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    How did your kids get out of the locked room? You definitely need a locksmith now.

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    I’d say you need to enact vengeance until one of them snitches.

    I’d start with their food.
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    Now you can install it properly and flip the key side to the interior of the room, so your “art” can’t escape

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