Q I have an old skeleton key lock. I would like to get the locks changed. Can you do that?
A Unfortunately, no. The construction and operation of most of the old "bit key locks," as they are called, are not, for the most part, rekeyable. Your professional locksmith can recommend an auxiliary lock that would give you the protection you seek, and when the need might arise, the lock could be easily rekeyed.
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