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    Locked in my own boat!-gctid346343

    Last time I was at the boat, the lock on the folding door broke and would not open! I was trapped down inside the boat!:livid:After some time I figured to remove the screws from the overhead latch so I could open the door.How do these locks work? I do not see anyway to take this thing apart without breaking more??I took a couple pics, what do you think?

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    #2
    LOL epic brad.

    As far as the lock itself, I have no idea!

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      #3
      I gotta get some of those locks!!!! I wanna be locked in my boat!!

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        #4
        At least you are not emailing from there.

        HELP, I am in my boat and I can't get up...

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          #5
          LOL reminds me of the time the kids locked the head door and we could not get in

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            #6
            reading this I had to laugh cause it brought back a memory of me last year. I was out to dinner with my entire family for my birthday. I excused myself to head to the ladies room in this nice restaurant.. I locked the door, did my business and the door WOULD'NT open. I tried and tried and it would not budge. The door was a long one, so no crawling under or over. I had my cell phone and had to call the :arrCapt sitting back in the dinning room. I could hear him and my sister laughing as they entered the ladies room, he made her go in first in case someone else was in there with me.. he had to take a quarter to the other side of the lock to turn it and jimmy the latch back.. I didn't live that one down for a few months.. everything I had to pee:hammer, they asked if I had my cell phone.. lol

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              #7
              Be a great excuse for a day off work, "Boss, I'm locked in my boat". :coo-

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                #8
                Brad 3055 wrote:
                Last time I was at the boat, the lock on the folding door broke and would not open! I was trapped down inside the boat!:livid:After some time I figured to remove the screws from the overhead latch so I could open the door.How do these locks work? I do not see anyway to take this thing apart without breaking more??I took a couple pics, what do you think?

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                That lock with a new key can be ordered from your Bayliner dealer. It is not that expensive considering it is for a boat.
                Rick Grew

                1981 Carver 3007 Aft Cabin

                2004 Past Commodore
                West River Yacht & Cruising Club
                www.wrycc.com

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                  #9
                  You do realize you could have crawled out the hatch right?
                  Doug
                  Hanging Loose
                  98 Carver 350 Mariner
                  2013-
                  KRUSTY KRAB
                  2001 305
                  5.7 BII
                  2006-2013

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                    #10
                    You do realize you could have crawled out the hatch right?
                    http://baylinerownersclub.org/media/....jpg[/img]
                    " WET EVER "
                    1989 2459 TROPHY OFFSHORE 5.8L COBRA / SX
                    mmsi 338108404
                    mmsi 338124956
                    "I started with nothing and still have most of it left"

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                      #11
                      billsguns wrote:
                      LOL reminds me of the time the kids locked the head door and we could not get in
                      The length of a minute is determined by which side of the bathroom door your are on...LOL

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                        #12
                        carguy wrote:
                        You do realize you could have crawled out the hatch right?
                        Yes that did occur to me, but I had to get the door open at some point! I am a pretty big guy so no guarantees on the hatch!

                        I have searched here and online. I see the thing is held in place by a couple of 'dogs'. Any idea how to remove the old one so I can just drop in a new lock assembly, they are cheap enough. +-$45.00

                        In boat terms that is damn near free!

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                          #13
                          epoc wrote:
                          Be a great excuse for a day off work, "Boss, I'm locked in my boat". :coo-
                          I will be saying the same thing.

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                            #14
                            That black thing on the rear (inside) of the lock with the ridges get something, thin bladed screwdriver or fingernail and slide it in the direction you can slide it and the lock pop's right off. I had to remove mine from my 3055 when I was thinking of replacing it with a new one when I lost the key. I ended up taking the number off the lock and they were able to order a new key.
                            Rick Grew

                            1981 Carver 3007 Aft Cabin

                            2004 Past Commodore
                            West River Yacht & Cruising Club
                            www.wrycc.com

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