Model # E 2400

Internet #100127335

Store SKU #217260

Store SO SKU #217260

0049793024008

Prime-Line

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

  • Works With Common Entry Door Lock Systems
  • Allows You To Rekey Locks To Only One Key
  • Rekey Up To Six Locks With One Kit
$ 12 98
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Product Overview

  • Works With Common Entry Door Lock Systems
  • Allows You To Rekey Locks To Only One Key
  • Rekey Up To Six Locks With One Kit
The Prime-Line Products Steel 5-Pin Door Lock Set Re-Keying Kit is for use with Kwikset 5-pin door lock sets. It includes pre-cut keys, pin tumblers, special tools and instructions that will allow a novice to re-key up to 6 locks.
  • For kwikset brand locks
  • For 5-pin style locks
  • Re-key all your locks to 1 key
  • Steel construction
  • Pre-cut keys and pins
  • Special tools and instructions included
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Works With Common Entry Door Lock Systems
  • Allows You To Rekey Locks To Only One Key
  • Rekey Up To Six Locks With One Kit
Model #: E 2400
Sku #: 217260
Internet #: 100127335

The Prime-Line Products Steel 5-Pin Door Lock Set Re-Keying Kit is for use with Kwikset 5-pin door lock sets. It includes pre-cut keys, pin tumblers, special tools and instructions that will allow a novice to re-key up to 6 locks.

  • For kwikset brand locks
  • For 5-pin style locks
  • Re-key all your locks to 1 key
  • Steel construction
  • Pre-cut keys and pins
  • Special tools and instructions included
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0 in
Product Height (in.)
0
Product Width (in.)
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Details

Door Locks & Knobs Product Type
Lock Kits
Finish
None
Hardware Finish Family
Silver
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Kit Type
Rekeying Kit
Kit, Part, & Accessory Type
Lock Kits
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
.121lb
Returnable
90-Day
Security/ANSI Grade
N/A

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Goods are warranted against defects in manufacturing for 1 year. In no case is Prime-Line responsible for user related damage or damage incurred during installation. Warranty is void if products are subjected to abnormal conditions, misapplication or abuse.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0 in
Product Height (in.)
0
Product Width (in.)
0

Details

Door Locks & Knobs Product Type
Lock Kits
Finish
None
Hardware Finish Family
Silver
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Kit Type
Rekeying Kit
Kit, Part, & Accessory Type
Lock Kits
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
.121lb
Returnable
90-Day
Security/ANSI Grade
N/A

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Goods are warranted against defects in manufacturing for 1 year. In no case is Prime-Line responsible for user related damage or damage incurred during installation. Warranty is void if products are subjected to abnormal conditions, misapplication or abuse.

Questions & Answers

can this product be use to re-key exisitng locks to a specific key code? Can you ship to the local store?

Prime-Line Steel 5-Pin Door Lock Set Re-Keying Kit Model # E 2400 Internet # 100127335 Store SO SKU # 217260
Asked by: aj
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obz7tUzeTG8
Answered by: CutthroatOtter
Date published: 2018-12-03

Am I correct that you need to have the old key first to rekey a lock? I have lost mine.

Am I correct that you need to have the old key first to rekey a lock? I have lost mine.
Asked by: Jack
Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. It is easier to have the original key to open the lock when rekeying your lock with this kit. If you are familiar rekeying locks, you can work to take apart your lock with out a key. Prime-Line cannot assist you with this.
Answered by: primelineProductExpert
Date published: 2018-07-09

All my locks are Kwikset. But one of them has smart key. Will this work with SmartKey too?

All my locks are Kwikset. But one of them has smart key. Will this work with SmartKey too?
Asked by: Sam
You will not need the pins in the kit for the smart key lock, but you can use the new key to set the smart key lock to open with it but you need the Smart Key little tool and that locks current key to do it yourself. lacking both those, take the Smart Key lock to your HomeDepot store and they should have at least ONE person (may be more a 9-5 type and NOT til 10PM though - ask/plan ahead...). Service was FREE at my local HD store, So you will still have pins to do 5 NORMAL locks. If you are lacking keys for any of the "normal" locks, you can disasemble them as others have posted by carefully removing the thin cover above the springs in the cylinder's pin chambers and dump all current springs and pins out that way, OR remove the rear clip holding the plug in place, and buy some curved shims and an UNCUT KW1 blank and shove the blank into cylinder all the way in and then slide the shim into the very thin gap between the plug and the cylinder body from the rear at the location where the pins are. Be careful since the shim stick is very thin and you can cut yourself easily with it. Best squeeze its flat slightly curved surface between thumb and finger as you shove it gently in, if you don't buy the expensive tool to clamp the shim into. It will STOP when it hits the rear pin that has been shoved way up by the inserted blank key. Now carefully pull the key out slowly and you may have to wiggle the shim in and out a VERY TINY amount as you slowly back that blank out lest it keep the pins from dropping to where that pin chamber's bottom pin is lowered on the ramp at the front of the key to where the shim is at the gap between the top and bottom pin. You can then slide the shim in between those two pins and get it to the next pin chamber and keep doing that until you have all 5 pin chambers with their top pins above the shim and the bottom pin below. The shim being AT the shear line between the plug and the cylinder means that there is NOTHING then left to keep the plug from rotating in the cylinder, so ROTATE it by turning the key perhaps a quarter turn so no shim is still needed to keep the top and bottom pins separated. NOW once you have that picture in mind, realize that as you were backing out the blank key to do the front pin pair, the whole plug could have tried to slide out as you backed the blank key out after shimming the front most pin chamber! DON'T let that happen - it could be a disaster for you. KEEP a finger on the front of the plug and keep in tight in the cylinder and NO you actually need not shove the shim forward for that last front pin chamber but can instead while holding the plug from sliding out the front, instead try rotating the plug as you slowly back the blank key out. Do this in a wiggly trial at rotation as simply twisting hard will bind the pins at some height and not let their gap between them get to the sheer line as the key is being slowly backed out. Once the plug is rotated say a quarter turn, pull the shim out and using the PLUG FOLLOWER in the kit you can now use it to chase the plug out while keeping the top pins and springs in place for use with the new bottom pins you load into the plug to match the new keying. With the new key and pins in the plug, the pins should be flush with its top surface - at the sheer line. With it set that way. you can use the plug to chase the plug follower back out the rear, else you MUST have the plug rotated so its pin chambers will NOT accidentally be under the WRONG cylinder pin chambers which will let the top pins be spring pushed into the wrong plug pin chamber leaving the plug only partially inserted and stuck so it can't go in all the way. Once the plug is in all the way rotate it so its pin chambers are under the cylinders ones and with NO key in there the top pins will drop down locking it correctly in place or with the key in it, hold the plug all the way in as you rotate it to its normal position and then keep holding the plug in as you extract the key. Then install the clip that keeps the plug from sliding in and out. This is actually all quite simple once you get familiar with how the lock works and the steps and options and issues you have.
Answered by: LockDudeWannabee
Date published: 2018-12-28

How can you tell if your lock is a smart key lock?

Asked by: Jimmy
A smart key lock has a little hole next to the keyhole. No little hole...not a smart lock.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2018-06-29
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Customer Reviews

Kwikset Steel 5-Pin Door Lock Set Re-Keying Kit is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 115.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to do I recently bought a house with a total of 10 locks and 4 different keys. I wanted to re-key all of them to a single key. The least expensive locksmith wanted $195 so I thought I would give this a try. The first lock took me about 10 minutes, the second less than 5. I re-keyed all 10 in less than 3 hours and most of that was spent removing and reinstalling the locks in the doors. The knob locks were easy and the dead bolts even easier. If you can use a screw driver you can do this. One word of advice. If you need to do more than 6 locks you will need more than one kit. Be aware that the keys provided from kit to kit are different. However, the pins are all the same from kit to kit. Just pick one set of keys to use and use the pins from all the kits.
Date published: 2012-06-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OMG you have to be SUPER careful and precise!!! I thought I could do this. I do all sorts of mech... OMG you have to be SUPER careful and precise!!! I thought I could do this. I do all sorts of mechanical things, but this one had me!! wound up just buying new locksets. Did you know that there's little itty springs in the tumbler? and that if they come out they bounce a lot and then they are lost, and they aren't readily available to replace if you lose them...so be warned, you need to really know your stuff. Also, the little plastic tweezer things, not good, use a regular tweezer.
Date published: 2019-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from ...but you don't know if you have a 5 pin or 6 pin lock, which this won't work for, until you hav... ...but you don't know if you have a 5 pin or 6 pin lock, which this won't work for, until you have it all apart and then can't put it back together again. The cylinder got stuck and we couldn't push it in or out - went back to Home Depot and the guy said we had to buy all new locks, knobs, deadbolts.
Date published: 2019-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This, Prime-Line Kwikset Steel 5-Pin Door Lock Set Re-Keying Kit... This, Prime-Line Kwikset Steel 5-Pin Door Lock Set Re-Keying Kit performed as promised. This kit allowed me to re-key my Lock and the instructions were a big help! I didn’t completely follow the instructions from the Qwikset Lock and glad I came across this Re-Keying Kit.
Date published: 2019-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This does not work for Schlage door locks like I was lead to believe. I can feel one side of the... This does not work for Schlage door locks like I was lead to believe. I can feel one side of the lock coming loose with the tool but, the lock assembly never pops out.
Date published: 2019-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So glad I came across this item on the HomeDepot... So glad I came across this item on the HomeDepot app! I bought two of these sets and was able to rekey 5 doors (10 locks) in less than an hour!
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to use. Well-designed. The instruction video was very, very helpful. I did four lock... Very easy to use. Well-designed. The instruction video was very, very helpful. I did four locks in 30 minutes. Thanks.
Date published: 2019-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The kit has a tool I needed The instructions... The kit has a tool I needed The instructions talked like it was talking to a locksmith and the exploded view a bit small
Date published: 2019-03-05
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