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Re-Key A Lock Kit, Schlage Type "C", 5-Pin Tumbler Sets w/Pre-cut Keys

  • 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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Product Overview

This is a re-keying kit for Schlage type "C" door locksets. This kit includes 3 precut keys and all necessary pins for tumblers. Specialty tools and instructions will allow anyone to re-key up to 6 locks to the enclosed keys.
  • This re-key kit is used to re-key up to six 5-pin Schlage type C lock cylinders to the new keys provided in package
  • Each kit includes a set of specialty tools required to access and re-key up to six Schlage type C 5-pin cylinder plugs, requires original key to re-key
  • Kit includes 3 pre-cut keys and instructions for correct placement of varying pin lengths
  • Other kits available from Prime-Line Products include: E 2401 (Titan 6-pin), E 2400 (Kwikset 5-pin) and E 2404 (Weiser 5-pin)
  • Allows you to re-key up to six locks to keys provided
  • Comes with Do-It-Yourself instructions
  • Specialty tools included
  • For further dimensional information, please see the line drawing
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

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

Door Locks & Knobs Product Type
Lock Kits
Finish
Other
Hardware Finish Family
Silver
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Kit Type
Rekeying Kit
Kit Type
Rekeying Kit
Kit, Part, & Accessory Type
Lock Kits
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
.226
Returnable
180-Day
Security/ANSI Grade
N/A

Warranty / Certifications

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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

43Questions30Answers

I need keys cut in the store

Asked by ray October 24, 2020
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Answers

Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Bring in the keys to the store for duplication.

I am trying to rekey 3 Milgard french door locks and the locks use a Schlage type "C" key but the...

Asked by John1234 September 18, 2020
1
Answer

Hello Our rekey pin are size is .112

will this work on any KW1 compatible product? I have Defiant deadbolt and locks

Asked by kim August 27, 2020
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The one pictured is the SC1 keyway. If you have the kit for the KW1 keyway, it will work for Defiant.

What does Type C mean? Does this work with Schlage Model #F51A ACC 505?

Asked by CC August 22, 2020
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. The "C" is for the manufactures keyway of the lock. It should work for your lock.

Can this kit work on kwikset and defiant door nobs and etc?

Asked by Kristi July 27, 2020
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The kit pictured is for the Schlage or SC1 keyway. This one will not work with Kwikset or Defiant locks. They do have a kit for the KW1 keyway which will work Kwikset and Defiant.

I lost my key but I have the code, how can I get a new key?

Asked by Rae July 24, 2020
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A competent locksmith should be able to cut a key from code. Call them up and ask, find one who will do it reasonably, I would guess no more than $50 if you go, much more if they have to go to you with a service call which has a minimum of $100 or more in many areas. While this may seem like a lot for a few minutes work, I always have to remember that they are giving up time in travel that they could be using to do an industrial job that would pay them more and keep their bills paid. Getting an additional key from them while you are at it should be minimal, otherwise take the new key in to Home Depot and have them cut several copies for you, and give one to a trusted neighbor in an envelope or hide under the spare tire in your car. As to this re-keying kit, it works great. If you don't have the existing key but have another Schlage key, and are very skilled (or deftly lucky), you could pick this lock to get it open into a service mode to re-key, and key it to the new donor key. It takes a lot of patience, and you would need to re-key all of the locks that you want to the new key to go to (I've done this). If you are going to have to pay a LS for a key-from-code anyway, you may consider upgrading your lock to a keypad, and if you make it a Schlage electronic keypad, you can then re-key your other existing locks to match the new key (and never lock yourself out again).

Having trouble removing exterior knob from the door. In your video when you turn the key it stays...

Asked by Nja June 8, 2020
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If your knob is a Schlage brand, the key should be inserted into the keyhole (the core) and turned 90-degrees clockwise. This moves the tailpiece of the core out of the way, allowing the release button to be pushed in. The key should stay in that 90-degree position, at which time you take the included poke tool to depress the release button at the base of the knob. I’ve not seen a spring loaded core in a lock before. What brand is it?

How many locks will this repin?

Asked by NewGuy February 2, 2020
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Technically, it's made to re-key one lock. In practice, depending on the bit pattern of the new key and the available pins in the kits, you can probably get 2 out of it, or 3 on a stretch, if you have enough of each length pin left. There are (6) of each of the 5 pin lengths, which are color-coded to help facilitate. Since each lock cylinder has 5 pin locations, as long as you don't repeat any color more than twice, you can get 3 locks out of it.

Would this kit rekey a Schlage Camelot Satin Nickel Keypad Electronic Door Lock Deadbolt?

Asked by Rock August 19, 2019
5
Answers

Yes but you must use the keys that come with the kit. I wouldn't do it because the kit only comes with 4 pin heights which basically downgrades the lock by making the lock pattern more common.

I have installed a Turbolock digital smartlock TL111 which has a key backup (comes with 2 keys.) ...

Asked by Potter July 24, 2019
2
Answers

Yes. It worked out well

Re-Key A Lock Kit, Schlage Type "C", 5-Pin Tumbler Sets w/Pre-cut Keys - page 2

Customer Reviews

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  • 76% recommend this product
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thank you schlage
Worked as described. I was able to change all my locks to 1 key. My advice is to look up Schlage Re-key on YouTube.
by Vick
Incomplete Set
The included tools are cheap but it will probably get the job done. I wan't aware that it only comes with 5 pin sizes but the Schlage lock I have has 9 pins. It also doesn't say what size the pins are and they are so close they almost look the same size. Luckily the lock I was repining combined with a spare deadbolt I didn't need was able to work but this set has a lot to be desired. I would have just let Home Depot do it but the guy was out that day and I didn't want to come back.
by tsthomas
If all someone is looking for is to inexpensively change the keying of their locks, this will wor...
If all someone is looking for is to inexpensively change the keying of their locks, this will work. If someone is hoping to make their locks less easy to compromise/pick open, this is NOT the best solution. The pins are all close in size, which would make any lock in which this was installed more susceptible to picking. I called the company to see if they had key solutions with better bidding (more variations in pin lengths) and they said they did not for thsi kit.
by Kev
2 people found this helpful
Kit contained sufficient material and instruction to re-key all the door locks (4 cores total). T...
Kit contained sufficient material and instruction to re-key all the door locks (4 cores total). The tools provided were adequate but the tweezers were a little flimsy. The re-keyed locks work great with the new keys.
by Lockrookie
2 people found this helpful
Best way to change the locks on your door!
This re-keying kit was exactly what I was looking for. My local Home Depot didn’t carry the product, but they were able to send it to me within three days with free shipping. I didn't want to spend a lot and was hoping that it would be as easy as some of the online reviews said. The springs and pins did come out on my first try and took me about an hour to get them back in. After watching an online video and realizing you had to turn the key to a 90 degree angle, I was able to do all of the remaining locks in my house in about 15 minutes per lock. My only complaint is that the kit only comes with three keys and they aren't the best quality keys. I had additional, better ones made for $2 at Home Depot. I also learned that you can order extra pins online if you have more than 6 locks to rekey. Overall, a great product and exactly what I was looking for!
by Lexi
11 people found this helpful
Great kit to rekey your lock, easy to use, the...
Great kit to rekey your lock, easy to use, the video tutorial explains everything step by step. I changed 4 locks with the kit and have pins for 2 more
by NATALIA
It has enough parts to rekey still need a little skills.
It has enough parts to rekey still need a little skills.
by pector
Kit was very easy to change out my six locks. Tweezers aren't very good, but included cheap, pla...
Kit was very easy to change out my six locks. Tweezers aren't very good, but included cheap, plastic model keeps cost down.
by SouthernExposure
I was calling locksmiths to get the keys changed out...
I was calling locksmiths to get the keys changed out and trying to get a quote. I saw this kit online, went and picked it up, and fixed it myself for $10 before the locksmith called back wanting $125 . Yippy Ki Yay.
by DAVID
Worked great! Fairly easy to do once you got the...
Worked great! Fairly easy to do once you got the hang of it. Definitely helpful to watch some videos
by CYNTHIA
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