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Since you said it's a rental, I'd start by calling the landlord. It's their lock, it's their property, it's their responsibility to fix it (or to authorize you to get it fixed and deduct the cost from your next rent check, or something of that sort). If you want to try doing something yourself: Dismount the thumbturn and lock cylinder. Looking into the ...



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