How to Remove a Deadbolt Lock?

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You can only remove a dead bolt lock from a door from the inside, so start by legally gaining access to the building. After that, simply unscrew the lock from the door using a flat or Phillips-head screwdriver. Remove the near faceplate first, then the far one. A slight twist may be required, but in most cases both pull right out.
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Removing a locked deadbolt is only a problem if you're on the outside looking in, or if you're inside, and the deadbolt requires a key from both the inside and the outside. It is
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You can get a deadbolt kit at the hardware store, if you already have one that your going to replace. Make sure the holes big enough so you don't have to drill it out more, just take
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Hello Bryan, You can't remove the bolt until the lock cylinder and thumbturn are removed. Can you attach a photo of the inside part so I can see what you are referring to? If you
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1. Start by gaining access to the inside of the door, If the bolt is locked or jammed,enter via a window or removed ceiling panel, if possible. 2. Locate the screws ...
Removing a locked deadbolt is only a problem if you're on the outside looking in, or if you're inside, and the deadbolt requires a key from both the inside and ...
Removing a locked deadbolt is only a problem if you're on the outside looking in, or if you're inside, and the deadbolt requires a key from both the inside and ...
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