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  • A double-ball pick is used like a rake on double-wafer locks in conjunction with a tension wrench (two-pronged end).

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  • A special tension wrench is used for double-wafer cylinder locks with an end with two prongs on one end and tubular cylinder locks with the single prong on the other end.

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  • You may have to repeat this process a few times, but double-wafer locks can and will open with such treatment.

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  • You should feel confident with pin, wafer and double-wafer tumbler locks before you attempt rim cylinder locks.

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  • The second tension wrench should be .062 inches square (.062 inches x .062 inches) on the tubular cylinder side (one pronged end), and .045 inches thick on the double-wafer end (two-pronged end).

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  • We will discuss tubular cylinder and double-wafer locks later as well.

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  • This allows easy entry for the pick on double-wafer locks.

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  • A ball pick is used for picking double-wafer cylinder locks, though I never carry one; I use a large diamond pick and reverse it when picking these locks.

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