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Old 01-24-2011, 09:32 AM   #15
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When we bought our 2001 sportscoach 3 months ago, all the compartments were locked and we did not have a key. Since the unit was a bank re-po the dealer was not very helpful. He unlocked the compartments with his master and said he did not have any spare keys for us. All we had to do was go to a lock shop with the name and number imprinted on the face of the lock and he had keys in stock. It took a little longer to find a cylinder key for the battery compartment, it is called a freezer key, but the same lock shop found us two of them. Since we started motorhoming in the 1970's, we have never had a problem in campgrounds.DACOTAH
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Yep, there is a particular key code (that we probably shouldn't mention here for security reasons) that I daresay will open the storage compartments on more than 80% of RVs. Another one of those things that make me go, hmmmmmm.....

I guess the upside is, if (or when) you break a key, more than likely you can get your neighbor to open your storage bays for you.

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