- Free delivery on orders over £80 (Endeavor for next day).
- Order values of £30 - £80, shipping £5.98 (Endeavor for next day).
- Orders values up to £30, shipping £3.48 (Endeavor for 3 - 5 working days).
- For next day order before 3.30pm, sometimes we can still do next day if you order up to 5pm.
REFUNDS: We do not refund shipping costs if you order something by your error (we will refund the products).
IF our fault we refund it all.
Measure your lock and compare the dimensions you have to our sizes. The critical dimension is the keyhole distance from the edge of the door to the centre of the keyhole and the main body cut out, depth and height, if the main body of the new lock is larger, it is easier to cut a hole larger, if the keyhole is wrong, it's hard to move that. Saying that we do sell large keyhole covers to cover any mess you make of the keyhole.
See here > How To Measure A Mortice Lock
With yale type cylinder locks the most important dimension is from the edge of the door to the centre of the keyhole (where the yake key goes in), normally 60mm or narrow ones are 40mm, in rare cases they can be 42mm, 44mm, 45mm, 48mm, 50mm, 51mm, 52mm, 54mm, 56mm, 68mm and 76mm-We have all of these also, but as we say, very rare.
If you are not sure contact us.
See here > How To Identify Your Cylinder Nightlatch Lock
- Put the key in the lock (if you still have one, if not let us know).
- Remove the screw on the edge of the main door lock that is inline with the Euro cylinder, just under the latch.
- Turn the key while apply pressure to the opposite end on the euro cylinder, as you do this you will feel the lock suddenly slide out of the hole because the metal cam inside has lined up with the hole. The key normally only needs to go approximately 1/4 of a turn clockwise or anti clockwise.
- Fit the new one, sometimes it helps to put a little bit of thread locker or a small dab of glue on the screw that holds it in place to stop it rattling loose over the years of opening and closing the door.
- For convenience many people will buy a number of locks and want them all to be identical and work from the same set of keys.
- These are known as Keyed Alike and are sometimes also called suited or same key.
We have a large supply of Locksmith Tools.
(Please contact us first ask for the address as we share different warehouses).
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