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Does anyone here use the 'Dispenser' line of shampoo/conditioner/body wash dispensers in their bathrooms?

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The Farmers Daughter

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Now don't laugh, but I have the system that uses the key to open the dispenser...and they key is stuck in the lock. Has been for 3 days now. The company was not able to help me. Any ideas? I already tried WD 40 without luck.
 

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So what brand is it? Could it be stopped up with soap? Can't see where WD 40 would help. If I could see a pic of it, I could ask my handyman husband:)
 

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So what brand is it? Could it be stopped up with soap? Can't see where WD 40 would help. If I could see a pic of it, I could ask my handyman husband:).
Here is the website. Its the model with the key hole in the front.
http://www.dispenser-amenities.com/products.html
 

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So what brand is it? Could it be stopped up with soap? Can't see where WD 40 would help. If I could see a pic of it, I could ask my handyman husband:).
Here is the website. Its the model with the key hole in the front.
http://www.dispenser-amenities.com/products.html
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The Classic looks like it has a little key hole at the bottom. It is lodged in the hole??? Yeah don't think WD 40 would do anything for this. Have you tried using a little pick...to see if it will move it any? Wonder if the key got bent inside. sorry we don't have any ideas on this one.
 

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If the key is really stuck in there, you probably need to remove the entire dispenser. If you originally installed it with silicone, that's fairly easy. Just slide a knife behind the dispenser to cut through the silicone and take the whole thing down.
 
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