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Changing euro cylinder in lock case - no fixing screw/bolt?

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by hakko, 5 Mar 2013.

  1. hakko

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    Apologies if this is in the wrong section!

    I think it is a mortice lock case with thumbturn Euro Cyclinder:

    [GALLERY=media, 57668][/GALLERY]

    I've taken the top and bottom screws out. Thinking I just pull/push the Euro Cylinder lock out...


    [GALLERY=media, 57669][/GALLERY]

    I've unscrewed the "casing" disc of the euro cyclinder, both on the key side and thumbturn side. The cylinder wouldn't push out. I put the key in and turned it and pushed it trying to find the right angle as suggested on online guides. No success.

    Guides suggest a fixing screw but I think it's not present here, as none of the screws in the first picture are aligned with the Euro cylinder.

    Many thanks in advance for any help!

     
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  3. hakko

    hakko

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    Doh! I think I know why, I needed to remove the plate covering the screw...

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    Rodney you plonker! :rolleyes:
     
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