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Old 01-16-2014, 12:55 PM   #1
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Changing lock cylinder in Trimark lock

I'm replacing the Trimark 30-900 door lock. Does anyone know if I can change the lower lock cylinder from the old latch to the new one to keep the compartment keys and door key the same?
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Have you thought about taking the mechanism to a locksmith to have the new lock "re-keyed" to your existing key ...

I changed my lock a couple of years ago ... and I did not think about this until after I had the new lock installed ...

So now I have two keys ... I painted the head of one blue ... and the other red so I know which is which.
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I changed the cylinder on mine from the original which had the casting damaged. Unfortunately, I do not recall the details of how it was done but I did have both the old and new removed from the door when I did it. You might want to give it a try to see if you can do it. I do recall there was something holding the cylinder in the correct orientation that allowed the removal of the cylinder. I assume you are replacing with a Trimark cylinder from the same model of lock. Not sure if this is much help.
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Old 01-17-2014, 07:20 AM   #4
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I stopped at locksmith yesterday, he said he had the tool that will allow the lock cylinders to be changed.

When I attempted to change the door latch yesterday I found that the 30-900 I bought from PPL is different from the one on my camper. The parts I bought does not have the adjustment nut operating mechanism. Rats, back to square one.
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I'm jumping in here where my only experience is with home door locks, so I may be way off here. A locksmith should be able to rebuild the original lock and rekey a new lock to the original key. When I was in maintenance we were always replacing worn lock pins and keying them to the original key. Took about 15-20 minutes. Check with your local locksmith.
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