Habitation/entrance door lock...

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  1. adrenalinefx

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    Hi, I wonder if anyone could help-
    We have a Bessacarr E765 2002 and recently got broken into via the habitation/entrance door. A screwdriver was used which has broken the internal plastic mechanism of the door lock- we did try to replace the barrel which had also been damaged but it's actually the plastic bit that is stopping the door from being unlocked. The door locks with a key which means it's still secure but won't unlock so we have to climb in through the cab :Sad:
    I've searched many websites for spare parts as the van is 8 years old and have come up with similar products but with no details of dimensions and we've taken the lock apart and there's no serial no. to identify it with...... all coming up with nothing...need help.....Please....
    Thanks ....
     
  2. Terry

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    Hi a pic will help identify the lock type ?
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    ok...will get the camera out... thanks though... do i have to take it apart for the internal mechanisms to be photographed??
     
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    Ash Trader - Service & Repairs Life Member

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    Hi adrenalinefx try 0,Leary 01482868623 they buy a lot of surplus stock from dealers, if they cant identify the part number try ringing Swift with your chassis number they might be able to help..

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    Hope these photographs are ok... will post again later if no reply...thanks......Helen
     

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    Hi the pics are good but I am afraid I do not have that one in my spares bit of the garage, so unable to help :Sad:
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    Thanks anyway- I've contacted O'learys so maybe they'll be able to help.....:Smile:
     
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    Try googling caravan door lock
    terry
     
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    C.L.S Trader - Service & Repairs

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    Its a ZADI M2 lock , they are still available as a complete unit (bloody expensive). If you need the Swift part number and price drop us a PM.

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    I think that I would be looking at modifying a £20er to fit :thumb:
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