Thanks for the
information. I'll try to get a copy of the cylindrical
key made using the key code. The end of the key is broken off inside
the keylock on the 11/10, so my best course of action here might be to
extract the part that is inside the lock and have a duplicate made from that.
Might work. Alternatively, does the lock with the broken bit of key
turn with a screwdriver?
You can also dismantle the lock from the front panel (remove the frontpanel
from the rest of the machine, unscrew the microswtich
assy, and frob the
retaining clip) and pull out the wafers with pliers. Reassemble
it without the
wafers, and you can operate it with a screwdriver.
That's what I had to do to my 11/10 and GT40, alas.
Alternatively, if you can find a blank that fits, it would be possible to cut
the notches in the appropriate places until the wafers line up with the
cylinder edge, and make a key that way.
I have yet to find anyone who will duplicate my 11/10 key...
Err, a strip of metal and a milling machine? :-)