And before your too hard on Master Lock who also owns American Lock now the dial combo lock cost like 5 bucks and was taylor made for the school market. If your original remainder was a zero or one add two to the remainder making it two or three. Now pray the vise grips down pulling the shaft out and efectivly droping the internal wheels that keep the cheap junk closed. Take note of this counterclockwise stopping point and, with tension still applied, rotate the dial clockwise until it stops once more, giving you your clockwise stopping point. It could easily look like they bought a new lock and haven't memorized the combo yet.
If you realy want a faster way just break the lock. When you feel the shackle move upwards slightly and release a 'click' you can move on to the next dial and repeat the procedure until all the dials on the lock have been completed and the lock has been cracked. And once the bobby pin is all the way down, not only have you unlocked the lock, you've figured out the combination! Roll the left-most dial until the first number of your combination lines up with the scored hash mark just to the left of the dial. After getting them all moving, you stop at the first number, which lines the 1st cam notch up with the lever. The combination followed the same rules as Master Locks do, but I only know that for sure about one Zephyr lock.
As long as you keep spinning in the same direction, both the 3rd and 2nd cam will keep spinning. I haven't checked to see if I can find a manual online to possibly reset the combo and will probably have to go buy a lock cutter to get the lock off. To recap, the 3rd digit will most likely be the sticking point that is most different from the others in its group. Placing Tension On The Shackle Now that the lock has been cleared and is set at zero, our first objective, which will seem backwards, is to find the third number in our combination. I've always been intrigued by safe cracking. Finding The First Number Of The Combination Now that we have cracked the third number of our combination, we can determine the ten possibilities regarding the first number of our combination.
Don't worry, I'll wait until you're done. The lock will click open to expose a hook. One thing - if you decide to self-learn, make certain you know the laws local, state, and federal about doing it. I would suggest calling a locksmith. By combining the insights from all three weaknesses he devised the attack laid out in the video.
Keep your belongings safe with a Brinks resettable lock. Take a deep breath, digest that info and keep on reading. There are a number of youtube site devoted to showing lock picking, my personal favorite is a guy named bosnianbill. They are too easily opened. You keep spinning the dial until you reach the 2nd number, and the 2nd cam notch will be at the lever.
Finding The Remaining Sticking Points We now have 2 of the 12 sticking points we need to crack the third number of our combination. Cheap, Weather Proof, hard as fuck to pick. You don't need to understand how this lock works in order to crack it, but I'll think less of you as a person if you skip this section. Leave the dial set when you find the click, moving onto the next dial. I had 6 months of perfect satisfaction and then one day I went to open my back hate and the combination no longer works. If you understand all the previous step you now have a pretty intricate understanding of how master locks work and how to crack them. Perfect, below are the sticking points for a lock I had laying around.
If so, it's entirely too easy to do such. Also, I tried the beer shimmy and succeeded only in lodging a piece of aluminum in the lock. However, when all 3 notches on the cams are lined up underneath the lever, the lock will open when you pull up on it. While still keeping even pressure on the lock you now need to rotate each of the dials slightly in each direction. He has some pretty good skills, and has people from all around the world sending him lock to try picking open.
The hook spins 360 degrees so that it can be placed onto, and taken off, luggage. Out of these ten numbers, one will be the second number in your combination lock. The 10 possible numbers for the 2nd digit are in line two. I have a Brinks combination lock the kind used for a locker and I haven't used it for a year. This is an incredibly consistent rule and is very useful.