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Old October 9th, 2013, 05:43 AM
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New guy with lock trouble

Hi to all. New to this fab site. I have a 1986 Defender 90 4c.
I want to replace the door barrels/cylinders, it has lift up handles. I do not have any keys for the doors, not a good security system!!!.
I have removed the door card and I can see that the lock barrel has a small screw, I removed this screw and the barrel did not come out. What do I do after the screw is removed??
All I can find on the web is how to remove the newer type barrel (post 1986).

Any help guys would be much appreciated.

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Rob
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Old October 9th, 2013, 08:08 AM
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Did you read/search the previous threads on this? Tons of stuff available. Welcome to the board!!
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