Thursday, January 1, 2015

Simplex Code Recovery

As a locksmith technician with many years of experience in the field you tend to appreciate most jobs. The jobs that I find to be the most lucrative come mostly from commercial property customers. Sometimes these jobs tend to be difficult as the lock systems are much more complex and hard to work with, but the pay is always good. In recent years i watched as many key-less entry lock system got there way into small and big local businesses. These lock systems seem fairly easy to work with even when there is a problem of some sort.

I recently got called from a company that had a Simplex key-less entry lock system installed. Apparently, they have just moved to that location and quickly forgot the combination to the lock. Luckily, I had some experience with Simplex type locks in the past, so I knew exactly what to do in that situation.

I started the work by removing the combination panel from the lock followed by the staked cover. The distant between the gates on the wheel and the locking slide plate location would be the hint to recover the combination. The first gate that was the farthest from the slide plate pointed out to the first digit and the next one pointed to the others in order. Once all the gates were aligned under the slide plate, I was able to reveal the combination. The manager who contacted me was very pleased from the fact I saved them from changing the lock and even gave me a tip when the job was done.

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