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You can also try to lubricate a lock with WD40 and try a magnet if you have it. When you turn a key in a place where you put it in a magnet could do a favour of getting it out a bit for a better grip. Not all locks need to be drilled, at least when you have only had a broken key inside. But when lock insides get damaged you can not open a door withour removing a broken deadbolt. Though its better to leave this work to proffesionals because key extraction is far less expensive than to remove a whole lock you broke trying to get a key
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