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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What should I do with all these? I inherited them from my grandfather along with a crate of key cutting stuff, but I’m just a casual lockpick. : Locksmith

I’m sorry to hear about your grandpa. That’s the same lab kit that I use today. You can get a lot done with that kit plus a few key cutters. You might want to consider keeping them. Why knows, someday you may wish to outfit a van and start your own business. Locksmithing is a pretty nice career. Think about it before you get rid of it.

Also, just look how excellent condition that kid is in! It’s probably 30 years old, but it looks wonderful. If your grandpa’s other equipment is that good, then you probably have some really great stuff on your hands.

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