Help on opening my door

Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Twizz, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. Twizz

    Twizz Drug Conoisseur

    I have a door in my house that we haven't been able to open for about a month. The doorknob is the one with a hole on one side, and a button on the other (to lock it). The problem is, unlike all the other handles with a hole in them, this one doesn't pop open when I stick something in the hole. Can anybody tell me how the fuck to open the door using the hole?
     
  2. busmama

    busmama go away

    My kids reguraly lock the bathroom door for some reason and the button doesn't work. I just take off the handle. Its pretty easy, only two screws.
     
  3. Twizz

    Twizz Drug Conoisseur

    No screws on the outside of this handle, it's one of those security locks...
     
  4. Occam

    Occam Old bag of dreams

    It's ok to be a thinker.. but a bit of action can do wonders
    Make your limbic system happy..
    Smash the f**ker open with a 10 kg sledge and then replace the lock.

    This is called the 'little boy' system. when the first abombs were made the simplest idea was to collide subcritical lumps uf uranium down an old naval gun barrel. And hiroshima was un-born

    Occam
     
  5. Mr MiGu

    Mr MiGu King of the Zombies

    take the pins out of the hinges
     
  6. Battering ram.
     
  7. xaosflux

    xaosflux Sysop Lifetime Supporter Super Moderator

    Not all of those locks internal pin are push to unlock, many are turn to unlock, and are notched for a very small screwdriver.
     
  8. Occam

    Occam Old bag of dreams

    If all else fails...
    use a backpack nuke.

    not too sure about insurance though...

    Occam
     
  9. MattInVegas

    MattInVegas John Denver Mega-Fan

    You're gonna need a small screwdriver for that. The kind Gas Stations used to give away. It's a slotted locking device. Turn it, it should unlock. This was a child safety device used on bathroom doors when I was a Kid.
     
  10. Twizz

    Twizz Drug Conoisseur

    The little screw driver didnt work either.

    When I press on whatever is inside the handle, it pushes inwards, so I dont know whats going on.
     
  11. Nalencer

    Nalencer Dig Yourself

    You're aware you need to turn the handle while pushing it in, right? It doesn't just release the lock.
     
  12. papabear

    papabear Member

    Is the door wood or metal?
    Have you tried slipping a credit card between the strikplate and the door and sliding? If that doesn't work, a locksmith will probably cost about $25-$50 depending on where you are located.
     
  13. trailerparkboy

    trailerparkboy Heat Bag

    become a ghost, go through the door, become human again and open it from the other side. Simple as that
     
  14. fritz

    fritz Heathen

    I knocked my front door down the last time it pulled something like that. [​IMG] Taught that thing a lesson! [​IMG]
    I must admit, it felt good to do it.;)
     
  15. trailerparkboy

    trailerparkboy Heat Bag

    haha
     
  16. Twizz

    Twizz Drug Conoisseur

    Yeah a friend of mine used to have a door into a mysterious room, locked from the inside (how the fuck that happened I don't know, it was before they moved in). So, we just started jumping at the door and loading it with fireworks (bad idea, wooden door.). It came open, and it seems like as soon as the door opens its like everything is right in the world. it's fucked up. Accomplishment is a good feeling.
     
  17. Occam

    Occam Old bag of dreams

    Twizz

    So is the fucking thing open yet?

    Occam
     
  18. Columbo

    Columbo Senior Member

    get a drill and drill the lock off the door

    failing that, get a drill and drill a small hole into
    the handle of the lock - then fill it with some (a tiny amount)
    nitro-glycerine - gently place a wooden firelighter in the hole
    light it - smoke a cigar clint eastwood style and wait for that
    mofo to blow
     

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