Here is how we repin the european cylinders without drilling on pictures ( on hungarian language, sorry):http://lockpick.blog.hu/2010/05/12/cili ... tszerelese
You need a wisper blade insert, bend it like on the firs picture.
Next step is you need to pick the lock, turn the plug 180 degrees down, insert the bended whisper blade into the keyway like on the 4. and 5. picture.
Fix it with some ducktape or masking tape, remove the clip from the back of the plug, and you can pull out the plug, the housing pins stay at the housing.
now you repinning, and place pack, and so on....
If you pull out the whisper blade, the housing pins come out, you can variate these if you want.
For assemby, you need for a tweezer, and the insert again.
First, take back the springs.
Next, take the first housing pin, take back to the hole, and push the insert into the lock, over the first pin. ( picture 18-19.)
Next, insert the second pin, push the insert again over the second pin, and take the third pin......
If you inserted all of the housing pins, insert the plug, pull out the whisper blade insert, and turn the plug into locked position.
Take back the C clip, and start the next side of the lock