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Figure 12.5 A popular American padlock.
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retainers have a groove milled in the body. L50, K60, and KC40 retainers are plain. The H10 is much larger than the others. The retainer assembly has three parts: a washer, coil spring, and retainer body. The washer (D) fits over the retainer. One end is hooked to accept the coil spring. The other end of the spring is moored in a hole on the retainer. To remove the retainer, follow this procedure: 1. Grasp the retainer body (E) with needle-nosed pliers. 2. Rotate the retainer 45 and pull. 3. Remove the steel balls. To replace it, follow these steps: 1. Grease the balls so they will stay put. 2. Replace the balls and spread them apart. 3. Exert pressure against the shackle to hold the balls. 4. Determine that the washer is correctly aligned with the spring. The free end of the spring has to be in line with the retaining-pin hole in the case. 5. Place the retainer assembly about halfway in the case with the washer riding in the grooves provided. The end of the spring also rides in the groove. 6. Twist the retainer about a quarter turn to the right and down.
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Shackle. The various models have different shackle lengths and diameters. The spring (H in Fig. 12.5) must match. For example, an L-shaped spring is used on the L50 lock. An extra pin guides the long spring on the K60. The
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shackle in the H10 is secured with a hardened steel pin; other models secure the shackle with the retainer mechanism.
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Pin tumbler padlocks. The American five-pin tumbler padlock was designed so the cylinders can be changed quickly (Fig. 12.6). Late production 100- and 200series use the same cylinder assembly and keyway, reducing the inventory load. Assembly and disassembly of the pin tumbler padlock is only slightly different from that of the other American padlocks. To change the cylinder, follow this procedure:
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1. Open the padlock to expose the retaining screw at the base of the shackle. 2. Remove the retaining screw with a small screwdriver. 3. Pull the cylinder out of the case. Note: Leave the lock unlocked; do not depress the shackle. 4. Insert a new cylinder in the case. Replace the screws, bringing the cylinder almost flush with the case. To assemble the locking mechanism: 1. Assemble the retainer (D in Fig. 12.6) and the retainer washer (C) with the free end of the spring tightly against the left side projection on the washer. 2. Place the shackle spring (H) in the hole on the end of the shackle (I). 3. Insert the shackle spring into the deep well of the lock body. 4. Drop the balls (E) into the case bottom and move them into the pockets with a small screwdriver. There must be room for the retainer assembly.
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Figure 12.6 An American pin tumbler padlock.
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5. Depress the shackle so the balls cannot slide back into the center of the case. 6. Insert the retainer assembly (C and D). The retainer washer (C) fits into the elongated hole in the case. 7. Make sure the assembly is bottomed in the hole. 8. Insert a retainer-assembly tool into the cylinder hole so the step on the tool engages the retainer step. Turn the tool clockwise until the lock opens. 9. Install the cylinder assembly. Holding it flush with the case bottom, insert the 6 32 brass screw (G) into the shackle hole and tighten it snugly. Note: The American Lock Company will provide the retainer-assembly tool free for the asking. Because of the close tolerances of American padlocks, they will not operate properly in extreme cold weather unless Kerns ML3849 lubricant is used. Graphite is acceptable in milder climates. To remove the cylinder in the 600 series pin tumbler padlocks, unlock the padlock, and turn the shackle as shown in Fig. 12.7. Depress the spring-loaded plunger (A) with a small screwdriver until the plunger is flush with the wall of the shackle hole. At the same time, pull on the key. Withdraw the cylinder.
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