Euro Cylinder Removal

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  1. cpjvej2014

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    Hi all,

    Just moved into a new property with attached garage. Garage has main up & over door. Lock made by "Horrman", need to replace cylinder but don't have the key .. also same goes for the Door into the garage. No keys for euro lock on that Either. Door to garage has euro cylinder, but its not multipoint locking mech its not even a lift handle its just a turn key lock. Handles also don't have screw holes by the looks so cant remove handles. I've removed retaining screw but lock wont budge - more than likely because I cant line up the Cam to remove the lock.

    Any Idea how I can remove both locks ?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    You may have to drill the euro if no key available, cam has to align for removal. [assume it's keyed from both sides]
     
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    Yeah it is, Ive no way of getting the Handles off either. Ive got a pic which I will post up.
     
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    Google "euro lock snapping"..............
     
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