True, true... I realized that as well. My situation began as a result of me snapping off a bit of the key inside the lock. I thought, well it's a 751 lock, on my model, that is four total locks, two baggage doors and the two for the outside kitchen hatch. I just wanted to perform, what should have been a simple do it yourself upgrade.
But what I'm getting though are RV dealers quoting me a $120 service charge to start or a locksmith stating $10 per lock "estimate" to change out the cylinders. That's a pretty big swing in costs. Unfortunate for me that the locksmith is 1.5 hours away.
Im just saying, If I provide the MFR's name and contact information of the lock and handle, along with pictures of my removed handle and lock and ask them "do you have "Green" Master-Key FOB for this? Then I would expect a yes or no, or yeah, we've done that before, type of response. I'm not a fan of helping some business become authorized as a Fastec certified locksmith at my expense. That Green key sells for $3 online, but you have to be a RV dealer or a locksmith to buy one. It should not be this difficult to change out a silly little lock. Ok, I'm off the soapbox...thanks. :-)
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