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Old 04-01-08, 02:34 PM
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This is a common problem with Onguard locks. Make sure the key is in as far as it will go and whack the lock with a heavy object such as a hammer and turn the key. This was the official word from the Todson (the US distributor of Onguard locks) site.

EDIT: Todson has made it so you now need to register and confirm your account via an email in order to access information about the service of the products they sell. What a horrible idea!
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