View single post by jcdean
 Posted: 10-12-2007 12:54 pm
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Joined: 02-22-2006
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA
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Purchase the finest (read that smallest) coping saw blade you can find.  Break off the end so that the tooth taper will slide past the key and insert it down into the keyhole next to any part of the key you can get it to fit next to.  Give the broken blade enough of a twist to exert pressure on the eky.  This will cause half the teeth to bite into the key due to the blades kerf.  Pull out slowly.  Rinse and repeat and you should have good luck after a pull or two.





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