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    I was called in to change some combinations on locks at a credit union. I changed all except one which was a Sargent & Greenleaf 6500 series. It uses a different key,and I'm not sure if there is something I should know about it before attempting to change it. The credit union says they have a key. Can anyone help?
    Lynn

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    Re: changing combinations

    Changing an S&G 6500 is no different than changing a 6700 except for using a different change key. Locksmasters lists the 6500 change key as #SLC2.

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      Re: changing combinations

      Thank you.
      Lynn

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