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Undo and remove the cylinder screw. This is located on the lock plate on the edge of the door. Sometimes the screw head is hidden behind this plate. Carefully remove plate to reveal screw
Insert the key into the Euro Cylinder. Gently pull on the key whilst turning to the left or right Continue pulling until the Euro Cylinder is free of the door. Sometimes it may help to loosen the door handles if the cylinder is a tight fit
Carefully measure your Euro Cylinder as detailed below. Identify and order your replacement
Method 1 involves measuring the Euro Cylinder in three parts, the first cylinder
section, the centre “cam”, and the last cylinder section. Always measure the shortest
cylinder section first.
Method 2 involves measuring the Euro Cylinder in two parts, each cylinder section is measured to the centre of the “cam” or fixing hole. As with method one, always measure the shortest side first
30mm + 10mm+ 05mm
The cylinder required would be 30-10-05
35mm + 10mm
The cylinder required would be 35/10
25-10-05 Or 30/10
30-10-05 Or 35/10
35-10-05 Or 40/10
40-10-05 Or 45/10
45-10-05 Or 50/10
55-10-05 Or 60/10
Can’t find the cylinder you’re looking for? Some unusual sizes may be available to order. Please call us for details on: 08456 123 878
Specialist Half Euro Cylinders
Adjustable Cam Half Euro Cylinder.
Suitable for use in switch boxes etc.
Cam can easily be adjusted to different positions
“Blind” Thumbturn Half Euro Cylinder.
Single sided Euro Cylinder operated by thumbturn only.
Cylinder does not use keys
T30-10-05 Or T35/10
25-10-05 Or 30/10
High Quality 6 Pin Euro Cylinders
Resistant to Picking, Drilling & Bumping. Snap-safe & Conforming to BS EN1303
Standard Quality Euro Cylinders
Good Quality, Reliable & Great Value 5 Pin Cylinders.
All Prices Shown Excluding VAT And Delivery Charges