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How to use Southord tubular Pick -7 pin center

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How to use Southord tubular Pick -7 pin center

Postby marfleet » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:41 am

How to use a tubular Lock pick.I have just ordered one.
I am trying to get instuctions on how to use a southord -TPZA-7 center as I have just purchased an Income property and there are no keys for the Kenmore Washer Dryer.This will be less expensive to do.
I have never done this before and I plan to use the decoder to get new keys once I have picked the lock.
Does anyone have instuctions or know about a dvd or manuel?
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Re: How to use Southord tubular Pick -7 pin center

Postby Solomon » Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:26 am

You're gonna have to pay the locksmith to cut you a key by code anyway so the money you spent on the tubular pick for this one time use would have been better spent getting the lockie to just do it for you. Sheesh.
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