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    Hi,,

    Took two keys to locksmith to be copied and they cant do it.

    Can these keys be copied and how?
    Thanks

    Paul
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    So Paul the brass keys go to what type of machine?

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    Hi,,

    Took two keys to locksmith to be copied and they cant do it.

    Can these keys be copied and how?
    Thanks

    Paul

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    Default Re: copy keys

    I would check with other locksmiths..there's gotta be someone out there that can do it!!

    "Blowing smoke rings at the moon."

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    LOL I thought so too, but it seems that the Japanese stuff stumps them. I've tried three place with walls full of key blanks. Good people just say that they can't get the blank for those keys. They can cut them but I would have to find the blank,

    A side note, the rest key seems t go with t power unit from a DELSOl game.

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    Default Re: copy keys

    With Japanese keys, you usually have to do some research, find a Western equivalent key blank, then take both to the Locksmith.
    For vintage Modern door keys for example (and my memory is a little rusty here, so forgive me), you had to find a certain Audi car door blank I think it was, to match to the OMRON japanese door key.

    So that's where I'd start - comb the Web.
    There is always another machine around the corner...

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    Thanks. Went to another locksmith today. Total fail. Could not do the door key or lock and didn't have a blank on that big wall of keys for the reset key.

    I'm still trying!

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    Oh, check this out too.

    http://www.classicplastic.net/dvgi/s...-pachinko.html

    The lengths you may have to go to.....
    There is always another machine around the corner...

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