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Post Fri Dec 20, 2013 8:43 am


OMG dum installers used sheet rock screws in wood pffffffffttttt!!!

Oldfast wrote:
Oldfast wrote:
This looks like the appropriate thread for this....

No lockpicks or bolt cutters required... just a screwdriver. LoL
This always gives me a little laugh. And it happens more than you'd think.

Ok, really not the locks' fault, but we'll still classify this one as a fail :D

Again................................................ and again.................................. aaaaaand again. Fail after fail. lol


And FINALLY... we have ourselves a winner folks!!

This fella has not only correctly mounted his hasp......
but has chosen to use a good ol' American Series 20
2 points for you good Sir. lol

DIY Dave

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Post Mon Oct 27, 2014 11:38 pm


Oldfast wrote:Some of those people at Menards are not properly trained. The same day I seen that Turner, I was picking up a Schlage Secure Key for someone. At first, I thought someone had swiped the reset key from it. When the 2nd one I grabbed also was missing one I asked the guy what the deal was. He said their shipments of them lately were about 1/2 and 1/2- some w/ some w/ out reset keys.

Anyway, getting off track. He said they'd cut me one up front. After explaining the entire concept of these locks to the girl in front, lol, she proceded to simply cut me a copy (not on a reset key, mind you) lol. Anyway, long story short.. 3 fuckin' trips from the front to the back of the store and I finally left w/ my cut reset key. lol

I was in Lowes today and nobody knew what a wonder bar was. It seems like so few Lowes employees know what they sell. Am I crazy for calling it a wonder bar? Do you guys know what I'm talking about and is that what you call it? That's all I've ever know it as.
(sorry I brought this topic up from 2011)

Here's a lock fail I saw. You may not be able to tell, but the key won't even fit in the deadbolt.

key won't fit in deadbolt.jpg
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