Inherited (empty) glass curio cabinet, key hidden by relatives, bought skeleton keys on Amazon, found one that “fit” (unsure of forced) and was able to turn, but now cannot get it to turn and come out. : Locksmith


Oh, I know. It’s not my piece. Keys from Amazon were already here when I arrived. And because of the construction of this one, recovering from a back injury, and knowing how we would have to transport it, it just makes me nervous it will break in my hands.

Was pretty upset she had jammed a key in a lock I had already suggested was probably broken.

I’ll have her make an appointment to a locksmith. Thanks.



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I have a Glass cabinet (Curio), Double door, Hinge open, 3mm Thick glass doors. How can I lock this? Amazon seems lacking. Most of the locks meant for hinge are a 8mm thickness minimum. I’m not trying to keep out smart people. Any crappy lock will do. Thanks!


I have a Glass cabinet (Curio), Double door, Hinge open, 3mm Thick glass doors. How can I lock this? Amazon seems lacking. Most of the locks meant for hinge are a 8mm thickness minimum. I'm not trying to keep out smart people. Any crappy lock will do. Thanks! submitted by /u/Nirvana9832
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Name of latch system in glass storefront door. : Locksmith


I know this is pushing the limits of relevance to this sub, but my googlefu has come up short. I am looking to add a controlled access system to our volunteer fire station. We have a older glass entry door with a crash bar. This door has the bolts/pins in the top and bottom instead of a standard strikeplate. The entire system inside the door itself with only the crash bar, lock, and pull handle visible. I am trying to figure out what this latch system is actually called in order to find an electronic actuator for it. Is there a name for this system? I really don’t want to switch to a mag lock.



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