No Key to compartment door

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  1. Cheryl Fedorchak

    Cheryl Fedorchak New Member

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    I just bought a used 1999 Westlake and there are no keys with it. I got a key to open the main door but it does not open the door to the cassette toilet to empty it. Also the compartment under the door. Any ideas?
     
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    bheff Well-Known Member

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    Go to a RV dealer and buy new ones. There are only a few different keys. Mine has them hanging on the shelf. Option 2 is to call a lock smith.
     
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    generok Well-Known Member

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    Probably a CH751 key. You can buy on Amazon too.
     
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    Snow Well-Known Member

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    Try a fellow campers keys, tool box keys, truck cap keys... most of them all use the CH751 key...
     
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    Odd, just purchased same camper and it came with one key(same) to open all the doors, hatches.
     
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    I have one key for my 2000 westlake. It ooens all the doors , hatches, etc, some a bit tough to get the key into but all work. Its the 8025 key.
     
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    Troutkllr New Member

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    Yup, that is the same for me. Maybe OP needs to try them out, like you mentioned some can be a little tough and if you didn't know better might think it is the wrong key.
     
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    theseus Centerville, OH

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    Coleman/Fleetwood didn’t use the ch-type keys. Colemanpopupparts.com has both types of keys that are used, 8025 and 1101X.

    Given the OP’s camper is 1999, I’m willing to bet it's an 8025.

    If the cassette toilet door has been replaced, though, it might be a ch725 or ch751.
     
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    With all the different keys its hard to keep up with them. Jayco solved this problem...one key fits everything
     
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    Sjm9911 Well-Known Member

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    Ikr, when i get a chance i want to install just turn nobs on the dam locks. As you said ,every key works anyway, and who wants to steal my crap anyway. Im refering to the toilet in particuler.........
     
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    lol
     
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    theseus Centerville, OH

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    Coleman/Fleetwood did the same key for everything as well. However replacement parts are usually keyed with the generic ch-keys
     

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