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I've got a Centracom II CEB and micor base rack that I need to lock. A 2135 key fits, but won't turn the locks. Were there any other standard keys used? My key works fine with all my other cabinets at the same site.
 

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Anyone have a 2553 key I could buy off of them?

The key place I use can't cut it. I find it odd since they've been great with hard to find stuff in the past.

Can't find it on MOL either.
 

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ffexpCP

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I'm all set now, thanks.

Got a key from easykeys.com. It works in the cabinets just fine.

I usually use cubiclekeys.com, but they couldn't come through for me this time.
 

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On my ring I have; 2135, MOT1, 2252, 761, 2553, H2141, H1846, Not sure where they all came from. OH and a 2007 elevator key and some err, ahh, GE keys!
 
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