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    #16
    Originally posted by JK0 View Post
    I'm still confused. I thought you'd locked the key inside. Have you a spare?
    She meant that she just closed the door, and didn't deadlock it.
    Allow tenants to protect their own deposits. I want free money when they do it wrong

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      #17
      I had a key (4 in fact), and pulled the door to as I left.

      The door wouldn't open because the thing with the deadlock snick was loose and wouldn't pull the tongue of the lock into the lock far enough to open the door. The 'mouth' on the door jamb was also loose. Wiggling the door, luckily, enabled it to be opened.

      So it hadn't actually deadlocked as I thought.

      The key kept turning round and round in the lock because the insides of the lock were worn.

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