Benjamin Moody: Awesome, I was sceptical, but it worked for me.
Vish Khatlawala: This is very helpful!
beertek22: mine's the opp. but l guess as long as one cld. open it, all's happy. kudos..
Sean Griffin: could I ship it to you for you to do it? lol
Yamilet Romero: Loooool yasss!!! ^-^ this saved me money buying a new lock!! Thanks man!
Carlos Hernandez: This is by far the best technique on how to do this. Thank you.
John Bonaparte: I must admit that I am also very confused. Is there a way to contact you--(email, phone tutorial, etc.) to get a better explanation. I would love to master this but although you seem to know what you are talking about--something is being lost in translation to me. LOL.
aconsideration1: I can't get the 3rd number. I started at zero and added 10 but all the ranges look the same.
Amy Ross: I don't get it.
dziubaru: Brilliant! Paying very close attention to that 3rd number (first step) is key.
Film Magician: No idea whats going on lol
^Minecraft_HungerGames^: This is very confusing to me
Paul Villanueva: Perfect tutorial! I needed the spare house keys, but my roommate was out of state. I watched your video, and spent about 3 minutes on the lock to get it open. Thanks!
Wanganator: Works for me, that top with the no resetting the lock really helps!
austin kramer: This makes jack crap sense
Chand Lee: Would it work on Dudley locks to?
PinkGem1991: My master lock looks just like this one. I used it for my high school PE locker and it hasn't been touched in five years. This is by far the easiest way to do it. It worked for me in about ten minutes. No calculators, no thinking cap required. No having to "feel" for something. I was ready to take it into Home Depot until I found this. Super easy and helpful. Thank you!!!