SupremE wrote:I too bought a Gatehouse deadbolt. I am not sure what I am doing and I have read several tutorials on rekeying but I am unsure as how to get the actual lock cylinder out. I basically am holding the assembly with the piece that attatches to the actual bolt to turn it. There is like a sliding clip that appears to be holding the cylinder in place, and I removed it but I am wary to proceed as I am not unsure of what I am doing.
Here you go: http://consumer.schlage.com/Project%20D ... 13-325.pdf
*** That white plastic tube in the manual is called a plug follower, you can make one out of anything that is about 0.500 inch in diameter or ask real nice at the Home Depot or Lowe's rekeying / key cutting center, and maybe the person working will just give you a spare one. A wooden dowel works well, so do pens and markers if they are .500 inch diameter.
This how-to video may help you as well if your Gatehouse is made like this Schlage: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZVWV0R9OmI