Changing the door lock

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  1. Tracey Assinger

    Tracey Assinger New Member

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    hi, we have a 2010 1206 jayco pop up. We never received the key for the front door. Or a key for the large storage unit on the front of the trailer. Any idea how to change them? Or where to get replacment locks? Thanks
     
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    PopUpSteve Administrator

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    A Jayco dealer should have it.
     
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    There are only a handful of different keys. Out Camping world has them hanging on pegboard in the show room. Just find the 3 didgts on the lock and go get a key with the matching 3 numbers
     
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    Toedtoes Well-Known Member

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    Check the lock for a number. If you can find the number then just take it to a locksmith or search on ebay.

    You can get new locks on ebay, etc.

    You can check with Jayco.
     
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    CH751 is a popular RV key, but checking your lock number is the better way than trying a dozen different ones. The trunk lock is easy to replace with many in stock at the big box stores. Welcome from Oklahoma.
     
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    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    Take it to a locksmith, he can make keys with no problem, It would be cheaper than buying new locks.
     
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    The are usually all the same... If you see another like POPUP at the campground go look at his key... Try it out on your trailer first...

    I have misplaced my keys a couple of times camping - always have gotten in using theirs haha...

    On my 2008 Startcarft model POPUP I can reach inside behind the VELCRO strip and open or lock my front door... Do that all the time when bringing in groceries - much easier to reach in behind the door then to put the grocery bags down and find the keys in my pocket hehe...

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    Toedtoes Well-Known Member

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    My clipper and my FnR were built 20 years apart. They use almost the same key. The FnR key will work on both - the clipper key will NOT work on the FnR.

    I ended up getting a bunch of spares for the FnR. No more worries about losing my keys. :)
     

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