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Grisham BP Bank Vault Lock Left Hinge
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Grisham

BP Bank Vault Lock Left Hinge

$119.00 /each

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The 2-way bank vault locking system provides maximum security. Bolt throw locking mechanism makes lock nearly impossible to force or pry. When using this as a replacement lock, it is important to measure existing cutouts on your door, including the backset, face plate.

  • Unique two point locking mechanism
  • Solid brass handles, faceplates and keyed cylinders
  • Hinge location, from outside looking in, on your Grisham 100 series door determines which replacement lockset to purchase
  • All installation hardware included

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How do I remove the double cylinder on my Grisham Security door?

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Baltimore, MD
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I don't see how to remove the "bank vault" double cylnder to replace a new lock assembly.
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I had to get a locksmith to show me. If you look on the side of the door, you will find two very small set screws with carter (flat head) screwdriver slots. They hold the cylinders in place. Unscrew them (you don't have to take them all the way out) and then turn the cylinders counter clockwise until they come out. I hope this helps!
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A locksmith had to show me. If you look on the edge of the assembly, you will see two very small set screws with carter (flat screwdriver) slots. Each one holds a cylinder in place. Unscrew those then turn the cylinders counter clockwise until they come out. Hope this helps!
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent lock BUT is Not available This is one of the strongest sec. doors locks I installed ever. But, one thing I noticed that it is always not available either in the store or online. I had to buy it once through The Home Depot account in store but I had to pay extra $70 for processing which make it too much expensive for me. I hope that it will be back soon. It is not available since some months ago. thanks November 9, 2014
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