| submitted by /u/Framerate1138
So our conservatory door wont lock and its going to be hard to get a locksmith out to have a look, there are no codes or anything on the locking mechanism its self, ive tried using the google image search and i couldnt find anything. Any help is really appreciated. Thanks
Thank you all so much for you help – we’ve managed to order a replacement now.
I removed this lock from an internal door in our house; we’ve never had a key for it but I’d like to be able to lock this door. Am I best off getting a locksmith to cut a new key for the door or just searching for a replacement lock of a matching size online? I’ve struggled to find anything matching the size (I’m in the UK), but it may be that I’m not looking in the right place, so any advice would be greatly appreciated. In particular, the top of the keyhole is slightly offset from the spindle hole, which seems to be unusual.
Here are the images:
I’ve been searching quite a bit online but can’t seem to find the correct keywords. The lever turns to open the door and a separate mechanism on the top has a key and bolt to lock it. The lever itself has no key or lock. I can’t seem to find any identifying markings like a serial number or model number.
The closest thing I’ve found is the following: https://www.build.com/emtek-5312/s1067918?uid=2575084&source=gg-gba-pla_2575084!c958976803!a48758831718!dc!ng&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3Yv556W96AIVibWzCh2xfQHcEAQYDCABEgJaCvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
However this is clearly wrong for a couple of reasons.
How can I go about trying to find the maker of this lock?
Thanks in advance for any help you can give!
Edit: I found another one that looked closer but still isn’t quite right: https://www.build.com/baldwin-6974-entr/s299319?uid=2275976