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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:34 pm 
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hi everyone im john and from the west midlands and have a problem,my son has just moved into a new flat and wants to change the eurolock on the entrance door for obvious reasons,i have changed them before but this one as you see doesn't appear to have a retaining screw to free it and slide it out and has what appears to be a little plate and two studs in the area where the retaing screw would be,anyone know how to release the eurolock please :dunno: thanks


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Hello and.. :welcome:

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I would say its not a eurolock, which is why you cant find a retaining screw. I would say its a mortice lock

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Take the two screws off the faceplate and it should remove from main body that's in the mortise.
This should expose the retaining screw

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Could be one of these? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2x-Gridlock-S ... 3641.l6368

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all done and dusted on all the locks,thanks guys


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