What happens if your key gets stuck in the lock? Option #2: Add Lubricant
It’s also possible the key has sharp edges or there’s a loose component in the lock. Both situations can cause the key to stick. If you have access to WD-40 or another type of lubricant, you can spray it directly in the keyhole and wiggle the key gently up and down to try and get it out.
Why is my key stuck in the door? Here are just a few of the common reasons it happens: Key is worn – this means the key might go in but may get lodged. Key has been poorly cut – sometimes a new key can get stuck because of how poorly the teeth have been cut. Using the wrong key – a classic mistake that can damage both the key and the lock.
How do you get a key out of a lock at home?
How do you get a key out of a lock on the other side? You see, it may just happen that the key inside is in a perfectly vertical position. Then, you could try to gently tap the key you’ve just inserted in the lock and this way, succeed in pushing the inside key out. Well, other people have managed, so you too can if chance is on your side.