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Brinks 5746075 is locked. how do i reset combination


That is the patent number not the model number. Google seems to think it is a combination lock. Obviously you can't reset it when it is locked or a thief could do the same. You would have to take it to a locksmith to be picked.

US PAT 5746075 DE PAT NO M606494 3 Brinks Lock

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Jul 30, 2018 | Locks & Locksmithing

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How do i remove a commerical lockset?


For Schlage, Corbin-Russwin, Falcon brands, you remove the inside knob by sticking a long metal pin or a straightened out large paperclip into the hole in the knob towards the edge of the door and press in the springy retainer. In some brands, you have to back off the rose to get to the retainer. While pressing in the retainer, pull the knob away from the door. If the pin is all the way in, the knob won't move away more than about 3/32", so after it starts moving, remove the pin and the knob should come off the rest of the way. If the inside knob has a keyhole, then you need to turn the key about 90 degrees or as far as it will go, before the retainer will move. If you don't have a key, then pick it, or drill the pins so it will turn. If you don't care what happens to the old lock because you are going to replace it, you can cut off the inner knob with a hacksaw. Cut as close to the rose as possible. Once you have the knob off, use a spanner tool to remove the inside rose trim without scratching it, and then pull the lock out of the door from the outside. If you don't care about the lock, you can use a pipe wrench or pliers to remove the rose. On non-commercial locks, you remove a decorative cover over the inside rose trim, and then have to remove a couple of screws to get the inside trim off the door, then you can remove the lock from the outside of the door.

Oct 13, 2017 | Locks & Locksmithing

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How do I remove a brinks deadbolk lock from door


1. Open the door.
2. Unscrew the 2 screws on the inside and the 2 screws on the edge of the door.
3. Pull the thumb turn off, pull the outside cylinder and ring off, and pull the deadbolt assembly out of the edge of the door.
4. Unscrew the strike plate from the door frame and remove it and the plastic thing behind it, if it was installed.
5. Throw the whole thing in the trash. I wouldn't even reuse the screws!

Feb 18, 2015 | Brinks Combo Pack Deadbolt & Keyed Entry...

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Brinks front 4-way combination lock is locked in open position. Absoulutely NOTHING on the internet about this problem. Will never buy another Brinks lock again!!


you should keep buying brinks just buy a diffrint one because all brinks are made of hardend steel which is what they make the armored trucks out of and their bullet proof fire proof and most can withstand 500 pounds of force. my brinks can withstand 1000 pounds of force. plus you can send the lock to brinks and they will replace it free of charge. since your lock is defective they will replace it free of charge. i hope i helped.

Jun 23, 2014 | Brinks 185-50051-4 Front 4 Dial Resettable...

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US. PAT 5746075 DE. PAT NO.M606494.3 Brinks Lock


I have this lock and forgot the pass code. It is unlocked and it has some kind of switch on the back of it. How do I reset ti? US. PAT 5746075 DE. PAT NO.M606494.3 Brinks Lock. Please email me at barbie04us@yahoo.com .

Mar 29, 2013 | Brinks Locks & Locksmithing

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How 2 instal a kwikset lock


  1. Step 1 Remove the cover plates, or roses, from around your doorknob handles. They are typically not fastened, so you will simply need to slide them away from the door using your hands. If they are on too tightly, try twisting them to loosen them up. Not all lock sets will have these plates, so don't worry if yours does not. They are simply for aesthetics.
  2. Step 2 Unscrew the two screws that are holding the lock in place. These will typically be on the inside of your home. You can dispose of these screws once they are removed as your new lock will come with appropriate fasteners.
  3. Step 3 Grasp one doorknob in each hand and slowly pull them apart until they are removed from the door.
  4. Step 4 You have an option to now remove and replace the backset (the piece that sticks out from the side of the door and catches in the striker plate). Purely optional unless the new lock is a different manufacturer and does not work with the new lock.
  5. Step 5 Remove your lock from the package. Make sure that the side with the keyhole (exterior door) is on the correct side of the door (outside of the home/room). Slide the two knobs together so that the spindles on one half of the lock connect with the holes on the other half. Push them toward the door until they are flush with the face of the door.
  6. Step 6 Install the two set screws that come with the lock. The location for these screws will be marked on the lock package.
  7. Step 7 Push the cover plates (roses) flush to the door to finish the installation. Not all lock sets will have these plates, so don't worry if yours does not. They are simply for aesthetics.
  8. I hope this helps and good luck.

Jul 27, 2009 | Hardware & Accessories

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