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Schlage Steel 5-Pin Door Lock Set Re-Keying Kit

$12.97 /each
  • Works with common entry door lock systems
  • Allows you to re-key locks to only one key
  • Re-key up to six locks with one kit

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The Prime-Line Products Steel Lockset Re-Keying Kit for Schlage 5-pin Door Locksets allows you to re-key up to six locks for use with a single key. The kit is made from steel for strength and includes three pre-cut keys for your convenience.

  • Made from steel for strength
  • Allows you to re-key up to six locks for use with a single key
  • Includes pins, special tools, instructions and three pre-cut keys
  • The pins included in these kits are for rekeying a Schlage lock to the new keys provided within same kit
  • Old keys will be required as part of the re-keying process with this kit
  • Note: 2) old keys will be required as part of the re-keying process with this kit

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Existing Schlage Key from another lock I have?

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Do I have to use the keys with the kit or can I use my existing Schlage key to re-key to?
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Possible but not likely unless you are lucky enough to receive a re-key set with pins that are the correct length to fit the cuts on the key you already have The pins must fit into the plug, the part the key goes into, so that when the key is inserted into the plug the top of the pins are exactly even with the top of the plug. If a pin is too short the lock will not work and if you put the plug back into Read More
Possible but not likely unless you are lucky enough to receive a re-key set with pins that are the correct length to fit the cuts on the key you already have The pins must fit into the plug, the part the key goes into, so that when the key is inserted into the plug the top of the pins are exactly even with the top of the plug. If a pin is too short the lock will not work and if you put the plug back into the cylinder with a pin that is too short the key will not turn and you will not be able to remove the plug from the cylinder again. If some of the pins fit the key correctly and others are too long you can file down the tops of the long ones until they are correct and the lock will work, but again the pins must be exactly even with the top of the plug. Another way is to file down the cuts on the key, the ones where the pins are too long, until the pins drop to the proper height, but this take some skill and again if any pin is too short the lock will not work and will most likely take a locksmith to fix. Read Less
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You need to use the keys given to you to rekey. The way this works is that the pins match the key you are given. If you want to do this yourself you can buy a set of pins and get this so you have the other tools given (most importantly the round shaft they use to keep the springs in the lock). then you can rekey any lock you want with the correct pins. but this kit specifically only gives you pins to the Read More
You need to use the keys given to you to rekey. The way this works is that the pins match the key you are given. If you want to do this yourself you can buy a set of pins and get this so you have the other tools given (most importantly the round shaft they use to keep the springs in the lock). then you can rekey any lock you want with the correct pins. but this kit specifically only gives you pins to the key they give you, if you can use those pins in a different arrangement for your key then that will work but is not guaranteed. Read Less
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You can use the existing key. Just make sure you use the new color-coded pins so that they insert flush with the cylinder with your existing key inserted in the cylinder. The new pins are just slightly different in size so choosing the right pin for each hole can be subtle. If you get one or more wrong, the cylinder will not turn when inserted even with the key inserted, so you will know right away. Once Read More
You can use the existing key. Just make sure you use the new color-coded pins so that they insert flush with the cylinder with your existing key inserted in the cylinder. The new pins are just slightly different in size so choosing the right pin for each hole can be subtle. If you get one or more wrong, the cylinder will not turn when inserted even with the key inserted, so you will know right away. Once you have it just right, you might want to record the color code of the pins used to fit your existing key. That will save you time in case you rekey another lock in the future, Unless you are like me and forget where you recorded the color code! Read Less
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You do not need to use the keys that came in the kit, however you will have to figure out which pins you will need since the included color coded info is only good for the keys they supply in the kit.
To use yours, remove the cylinder with the old key still in. Once out of the lock or deadbolt, remove the old key without letting any of the pins fall out. Put your new key in and see if any of the tops of Read More
You do not need to use the keys that came in the kit, however you will have to figure out which pins you will need since the included color coded info is only good for the keys they supply in the kit.
To use yours, remove the cylinder with the old key still in. Once out of the lock or deadbolt, remove the old key without letting any of the pins fall out. Put your new key in and see if any of the tops of the pins sit flush with the top of the cylinder (happens when old and new key have a same notch cut.
Now comes the fun part. You need to change any pins that are too tall and stick above the cylinder top or that are too short and sit below. With a little practice you can pretty much eye ball which pin to use. Be careful that you don't let the pins that fit perfectly fall out when you change out one that doesn't. Once done, record the colors of the pins you have added and their order to do other locks without having to guess which pin to try.
NOTE: Whether using your key or the ones that come with the kit, be extremely careful to slide the cylinder out with the key canted a bit to one side. Slide the black tube carefully in one swift motion and the cylinder will slide right out. If you don't and the springs come out you are in a world of hurt. They can be put back in but you would then be better off having a locksmith help you. Read Less
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As Bob replied; the pins and keys from the kits must be used together when rekeying with this kit. Arrangement of pins as specified in yellow inserts correspond with key cuts as pictured below.
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You need to use the keys from the kit. The pins in the kit are the right lengths to make the lock work with the keys supplied.
If, rather than rekey all the locks in a house, you are trying to make one lock match another for which you have a key, then you have a couple of options:
1. Rekey all the locks and abandon the key you have.
2. Get pins of varying lengths from somewhere -- old locks, other Read More
You need to use the keys from the kit. The pins in the kit are the right lengths to make the lock work with the keys supplied.
If, rather than rekey all the locks in a house, you are trying to make one lock match another for which you have a key, then you have a couple of options:
1. Rekey all the locks and abandon the key you have.
2. Get pins of varying lengths from somewhere -- old locks, other kits, etc. Take apart the lock you want to change and insert your existing key. Then pick out pins from your set until you find five that will let the cylinder turn with your key in there. Read Less
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do I need the original keys to rekey?

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I have lost the orginal keys.
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Yes.
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I feel your pain - I threw out the original keys after rekeying 5 locks and later realized I had 2 more locks to rekey. The challenge is that you need the original key to turn the lock cylinder to remove it prior to rekeying. I wound up having to pick the key-in-knob lock cylinder to get it to turn (about 1/8 turn), and had to take the dead bolt cylinder completely apart to remove the passive pins and Read More
I feel your pain - I threw out the original keys after rekeying 5 locks and later realized I had 2 more locks to rekey. The challenge is that you need the original key to turn the lock cylinder to remove it prior to rekeying. I wound up having to pick the key-in-knob lock cylinder to get it to turn (about 1/8 turn), and had to take the dead bolt cylinder completely apart to remove the passive pins and springs. I consider myself lucky that this worked. A complete replacement set of dead bolt and key-in-knob locks aren't terribly expensive, and if you're determined to have all locks work on one key, you might consider purchasing new locks and then rekeying them to match your desired key. Read Less
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The answer is normally YES if you are a first timer with this kit. Your lock can be re-keyed however without the original key by a locksmith or someone with advanced use of the kit.
The key is needed to get the cylinder out. If your cousin Vinnie can pick locks, then once the cylinder is turned, you can take it out and re-key the lock.
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To use this kit in the way it is intended, you do need an original key. The original key lines up the top pins, which typically are not removed, with the bottom pins, which you will replace. When the pins are aligned, you can slide the cylinder out of the lock. With no original key, you probably could remove the cylinder by carefully taking off a cap that retains the top pins and a spring for each pin, Read More
To use this kit in the way it is intended, you do need an original key. The original key lines up the top pins, which typically are not removed, with the bottom pins, which you will replace. When the pins are aligned, you can slide the cylinder out of the lock. With no original key, you probably could remove the cylinder by carefully taking off a cap that retains the top pins and a spring for each pin, then dumping out both the top and bottom pins. Then you would reassemble the lock, including top pins and springs, using special instructions that are intended for occasions when you make a mistake and dump top pins while removing the cylinder. Read Less
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Yes, the original keys are required when using these re-key kits. You can remove the locks and take them in to your local locksmith as suggested by Christine.
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October 7, 2013
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Hello Jwolkey,
Yes, you will need the original keys to rekey a lock. A locksmith would able to rekey it without the original key.
- Christine
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Does this work for non-Schlage locks with a Schlage keyway?

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I have a 6-pin lock for an Andersen storm door. I know that one can simply leave off the last pin, but does the kit have the tools to work on this kind of lock?
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Probably not. The tools are specific for the lock and the pins don't even work on all Schlage locks.
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You will need a 1/16" hex wrench to remove set screws and remove & replace pins on some Andersen locks.
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I'm unfamiliar with the storm door but as long as you can get the lock out of the door you should be able to use this. Even with a Schlage deadbolt you need to use a screwdriver to get the lock out, this doesn't have any special tools to help with that part. So unless your storm door requires special equipment to get the lock barrel out of it this kit should work for you.
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Ryan, kindly see the attached photos showing a dissected key cylinder. Notice the 2nd photo with a red arrow pointing to an empty pin cavity on the key plug... assuming this were the 6th pin you were to leave out; note how the driver pin "hiding" in the upper chamber would fall into the lower cavity causing the key cylinder to become jammed. Although I would advise against it, perhaps the only way to Read More
Ryan, kindly see the attached photos showing a dissected key cylinder. Notice the 2nd photo with a red arrow pointing to an empty pin cavity on the key plug... assuming this were the 6th pin you were to leave out; note how the driver pin "hiding" in the upper chamber would fall into the lower cavity causing the key cylinder to become jammed. Although I would advise against it, perhaps the only way to ensure your suggestion of omitting the 6th pin would work is if you were to remove the 6th upper spring and driver pin as well. I hope this helps.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. I would advise against using this 5-pin Re-key A Lock Kit (Item no. E-2402) to re-key your 6-pin key cylinder. The reason being is that once the re-keyed cylinder is inserted back into the cylinder housing with the 6th pin missing, the upper driver pin hiding within the rectangular chamber above the 6th cavity of the key Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. I would advise against using this 5-pin Re-key A Lock Kit (Item no. E-2402) to re-key your 6-pin key cylinder. The reason being is that once the re-keyed cylinder is inserted back into the cylinder housing with the 6th pin missing, the upper driver pin hiding within the rectangular chamber above the 6th cavity of the key cylinder will drop into the empty cavity of the key cylinder causing the key cylinder to jamb/lock with the cylinder housing, making it impossible to remove the key and/or turn the key in either direction. For best results, request your key cylinder/s to be re-keyed by a trained Associate at your local Home Depot. (Check back soon as photos showing internal components as mentioned above will be added)
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Will this rekey kit work on a Schage deadbolt as well as a door knob?

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If your deadbolt has cylindrical pins it should work.
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yes, i used it on both.
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Yes. I rekeyed 6 locks for 3 doors, including a deadbolt.
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The kit works perfectly on Schlage dead bolt locks. It works, but slightly more difficult to use on key-in-knob locks.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. yes, this item (no. E-2402) will re-key Schlage residential-type deadbolt locks too. The kit is designed to re-key 5-pin key cylinders. For step-by-step assistance, please see the videos attached below.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. yes, this item (no. E-2402) will re-key Schlage residential-type deadbolt locks too. The kit is designed to re-key 5-pin key cylinders. For step-by-step assistance, please see the videos attached below.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 50 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Medium Difficulty, Cheaper than New Locks This kit was fairly easy to use. Recommend searching web for videos to help with disassembly of lock. Instructions are easy to follow. The new key is a bit sticky, but it works for all the locks I changed. Three door locks and two single cylinder deadbolts. The instructions show both types of lock internals. Most difficult part is sliding the key cylinder in/out without popping spring pins. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great My wife's purse (with spare key and drivers license inside) was stolen, so I picked up this kit on the way home from work. It was easy enough to use, so I got careless on one of the deadbolts and let the springs and upper pins escape. My own fault. I found the replacement of these items much easier with a piece of 1/2" dowel so the parts didn't fall thru the supplied tube tool. Also, the videos on YouTube were helpful. September 3, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Does not work for Gatehouse Locks Does not work for Gatehouse locks................. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product, Great Value There are some good YouTube videos that show exactly how to use the product. I have included one of them. It's very easy, color coded and truly simple to use. August 20, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by not good not bad the lock change was ify..........keys sticks and was not smooth August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value if applicable to your lock! I had two Schlage locks which needed repair. This kit was applicable for one of the locks. Considering immediate availability and low price, this was a great gamble. You really can't tell if this will work on your lock until you buy the kit and take your lock apart. If you are philosophic and willing to risk a little time and minimum expense for potential convenience and great cost savings, this kit is well worth a try. July 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy if you follow the directions Don't let the pins in the main body and never insert the barrel without the pins. Other than that, it's pretty easy to re key your locks. I think you can do 3 or 4. Sometimes the key sticks a little but and is annoying, but it beats buying a new lock or paying someone to do it for you. July 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Missing Pins in kit The re-key kit works correctly, but the kit was supposed to contain Pins to rekey 6 locks. One Pin size only had 5 pieces. So, only 5 locks could be re-keyed. I actually had 7 locks to rekey, but was going to make do with re-keying six. I had read in a previous review that this had happened to someone else. Maybe a little quality control is necessary. March 9, 2016
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