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A: No The postman doesnt require a key since the mail can be inserted through a slot not requiring a lock.
A: Your postman doesn't want nor is supposed to have individual keys to private mailboxes. These locks are intended for boxes that are accessible through a large door that unlocks with a USPS "arrow key". Private mailboxes that lock are required to have an accessible mail slot which remains open for mail entry, but is too small to retrieve the mail once inserted.
A: Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Don't believe so... Mail carriers usually have a master key that opens a larger door to access all boxes at one time. Our suggestion; check with your local post office for verification. For additional questions regarding this item, or any other product manufactured by Prime-Line Products, please call their toll free number at (877) 649-9740, or contact them by email at email@example.com
A: Yes, use HD special order desk and order Primeline U9940*A requesting that they keyed alike. They are in stock at Primeline in California.
A: Yes must be purchased that way or have changeable insides
A: Definitely no. They have different system.
A: These come with different Keys. I am sure a good Lock Smith can rekey for you. Iwould call a Lock Smith firstr before I purchased.
|Name||Multipurpose Steel and Latch Mailbox Lock||Mailbox Lock, 5 Cam, Nickle Finish, National Keyway, Opens Counter-Clockwise, 90 Degree Rotation||Mailbox Cam Lock Replacement Kit||3 Cam 5-Pin Mailbox Lock, Brass Plated|
|Included||Mounting Hardware||Mounting Hardware||Keys||Assembly Hardware|
|THD SO SKU||629485||247851|
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