Weiser classic

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Weiser Classic

Weiser Classic
Name Weiser Classic
Manufacturer Weiser
Lock Type Cylinder
Lock Design Pin-tumbler


The Classic is a pin-tumbler lock made by Weiser.


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Principles of operation

See also: Pin-Tumbler (Principles of Operation)

The Classic is a traditional pin-tumbler that uses five pin stacks. To open the lock, all pin stacks must be aligned at the shear line to allow the plug to rotate. There are ten key pin heights and eleven key cut depths with the use of master pins.

Keying Specifications

Cut Spacing Depth Key Pin Master Driver
0 n/a .315" .168" n/a .185"
1 .237" .297" .186" n/a .185"
2 .393" .279" .204" .036" .185"
3 .549" .261" .222" .054" .185"
4 .705" .243" .240" .072" .185"
5 .861" .225" .258" .090" .185"
6 1.017" .207" .276" .108" .185"
7 n/a .189" .294" .126" .185"
8 n/a .171" .312" .145" .185"
9 n/a .153" .330" .160" .185"


Key Blank Effective Plug Diameter Shoulder to First Cut Root to Root Depth Increment Cut Width MACS
1054WB, WR3 .483" .237" .156" .018" .090" 6

Disassembly instructions

The Classic can be disassembled with standard pin-tumbler disassembly. The design of the

pin-chamber casing facilitates quick disassembly and full rekeying.

  1. Remove the cam or C-clip.
  2. Insert the key and turn the plug 45-90 degrees.
  3. Withdraw the plug from the cylinder. (A plug follower is recommended)

OR

  1. Remove the chamber casings and take out each pin-stack individually
  2. Remove the cam or C-clip.
  3. Withdraw the plug from the cylinder.


Removing cylinders from Weiser knobs

  1. Pull back on the spindle while rotating the cylinder plug.
  2. Pull the cylinder from the front of the knob.

Vulnerabilities

The Classic may be vulnerable to one or more of the following:


Gallery

References


See also

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