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I locked my bedroom door and I don't have a key. How can I get it unlocked without calling a locksmith

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Bedroom doors seldom have a key lock. There is probably a hole where you can stick something pointed into it and that should pop the lock.

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pick the lock or open the window

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Pick the lock or climb through the window

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Would go through window but it is locked As well, but thanks
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r you still locked out?
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If it one that doesn't have a key but has a hole stick a paper clip or something similar in the hole. Or you can use a credit card or something similar and slide it between the door and the jam where the door handle is.

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Use a card, like a credit card to slide in between the door and the frame to push the locking mechanism in so you can open the door.

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If the screws are visible on the lockset, just take it apart.

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Use a small flathead screwdriver. Inside the knob, there should be a hole. Simply turn the screwdriver in the hole. Bingo!

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Bash the door like the FBI

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Run your hand along the top of the door frame. Most houses come with the "key" for those type door knobs. If one isn't there, check the top of the frAme in all the rooms. It's standard practice for installers to put them there and it comes with the door knob kit.

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