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Old 03-23-2010, 01:10 PM   #22
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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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