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Old 03-23-2010, 01:10 PM   #26
exsodius
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Originally Posted by Pingouin View Post
Yep, my fixed central locking stopped working few months ago again. I'll have to try your tip exsodius, although IIRC, the bottom screw hole is nowhere near to the switch, so I guess that you need a WD-40 flood for anything to happen :( Still worth trying since I don't fancy taking the door apart again.
Yes i know the hole is nowhere near the switch. But when i had my the central lock in my hands last time i thought of this. So i studied these holes an where the wd-40 would go when aplied from the outside :) So the microswitch is about two inches below this hole. If you use the plastic tube on the wd-40 and insert it in the hole and spray right in the hole while moving the tube a little in circles you should be ok.
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