What happens if your key is stuck in a lock?

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If your key gets stuck in a lock, you can always call a locksmith to come and help you out. If you would like to try and fix the problem on your own, you can first try turning the key all the way to the left and then all the way to the right and the move it vertical and try and pull it out. Do not force it or it could break in the lock. You can try and jiggle the key and see if it comes loose. Or you can use a can of WD-40 and spray it into the lock and wipe your key off and then pull your key out.
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