How to Remove a Deadbolt Lock?

Answer

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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1. Insert the tension wrench on the bottom of the lock. Ad. 2. Put very mild pressure on it just a little bit. 3. Now insert the lock pick and start raking it you should feel the
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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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I would say because it is because "dead" could refer to immovable like "deadweight". Bolt could be just because the lock is a big piece of steel and is like a
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