Removing Best SFIC Core
Removing SFIC core.
The control key (cut on the same blank and otherwise
indistinguishable from a regular key) turns about
20 degrees clockwise to disengage a retaining tab
that locks the core in the housing. The core pulls out
while the housing stays in place in the door (the one
shown here is a standard-size screw-in mortise cylinder).
Image taken with a Nikon D-100 digital camera with a Nikkor
85mm 1:2.8D tilt/shift macro lens (with Kenko extension tube).
Lit by electronic flash and various reflectors.
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