Figure 7.10 Various pin tumblers. in .NET

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Figure 7.10 Various pin tumblers.
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Figure 7.11 High-security top pins hanging up below the shear line.
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Figure 7.12 A. The cylinder shown employs standard drivers; it
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has been picked and the plug is free to rotate. B. The cylinder uses a spool tumbler; it has also been picked, but can be rotated only a fraction of an inch before the spool tumbler jams.
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2. Remove the cam or tailpiece by removing two screws or a retainer ring. (Although they re not essential, a small pair of snap ring pliers can be useful for removing retainer rings.) 3. While holding the cylinder so the pins are in a vertical position, slip the appropriate size plug follower tool into the cylinder directly behind the plug. Use the plug follower tool to slowly push the plug out of the face of the cylinder. Do not create a gap between the plug and the plug follower tool or the springs and drivers will fall out.
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Figure 7.13 Medeco pin tumbler cylinders. The tailpiece can be serrated
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4. Hold the plug as it leaves the cylinder; don t let the bottom pins fall out of the plug. Use your index finger to cover all pin chambers in the plug except the one closest to the face of the plug. Empty that chamber and put the pin into the first compartment of your pin tray. 5. Uncover the next pin chamber in the plug and empty the pin into the corresponding compartment of the pin tray. Continue this procedure until all the bottom pins are out of the plug and they are in proper order in the pin tray. Then you can put the plug down for awhile. 6. Hold the cylinder case and slowly pull the plug follower out the back of the cylinder. Stop each time a driver and spring fall from an upper pin chamber. Place them in the tray directly above each corresponding bottom pin.
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Assembly To assemble a pin tumbler cylinder, you need a plug follower, a small screwdriver, and pin tweezers. A plug holder is optional; it holds the plug in an upright position, leaving your hands free while you insert the bottom pins. This procedure assumes that you have a key but do not know the pin combinations. (In normal reassembly, you already know which pins go into which chambers and you simply insert the springs and pins in the proper chambers.) 1. Place the plug into the plug holder and insert the key into the plug s keyway. 2. Taking one bottom pin at a time, insert it into the lower pin chamber nearest the face of the plug. If the pin stands above or below the shear line, try another pin. When a pin appears to be just at the shear line, turn the plug with the key. If the plug turns 360 in the plug holder, the bottom pin is probably the right one. 3. Repeat the procedure for each lower pin chamber until all the bottom pins just reach the shear line. Note: Do not remove the key or turn the plug over. 4. Move to the cylinder case and insert the plug follower through the back of the cylinder until it covers the third upper pin chamber from the face of the cylinder. Turn the cylinder case upside down so the upper pin chambers are facing the floor. 5. Using your tweezers, drop a spring into the second pin chamber from the face of the cylinder. Then, use your tweezers to insert a driver on the spring. By pushing the driver into the pin chamber while applying slight forward pressure on the plug follower, the plug follower will bind the driver into place. That will allow you to release the driver with your tweezers and use your tweezers to push the pin into the upper pin chamber while simultaneously pushing the plug follower over the driver. The plug follower will hold the driver and spring in place so they don t pop out of the cylinder. Repeat the procedure with the first upper pin chamber from the face of the cylinder. 6. At this point, you should have two upper pin chambers filled and covered by the plug follower. Push the plug follower out of the face of the cylinder to the point where your plug follower is covering only the upper pin chambers you ve already filled. The remaining upper pin chambers should be exposed. 7. Insert a spring and driver in the exposed upper pin chamber nearest the plug follower. Cover that pin chamber with your plug follower. Repeat this step until all the upper pin chambers are filled. 8. Turn the cylinder case upright so the drivers and springs are in a vertical position.
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