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1 week 7 hours ago #4957 by PlaneGuy


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    Hey Everyone,

    I was wondering how am I able to lockout operation of a crank model 92? Basically I want to turn it into a show piece that can’t have the buttons pushed or handle turned. I see locks marked 1, 2 and 3 but not the split 2/3 lock that I have on a 441. I included photos of the register and the locks that I see. I know lock 1 opens the window to allow you reset the counters. If someone knows and could post a picture of what the key looks like I would really appreciate it.

    Thanks all,

    Blake
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    6 days 22 hours ago - 6 days 22 hours ago #4958 by rvkapp1


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    The #2 key locks the machine. The #3 lock is the compulsory close drawer on/off. The #2 key looks similar to the #1 key that opens the counter windows. The #2 key is number 416


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    6 days 19 hours ago #4959 by PlaneGuy


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    Odd, I have key 416 and I gave it a shot and it wouldn’t work. Maybe the tumbler is broken?

    I have seen that lock above the drawer marked 3 and 2&3. Do you know what the difference is? Do they both take the same split key, 417 from the picture below?

    Thanks for the info.

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    6 days 10 hours ago #4960 by rvkapp1


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    No, the #3 and 2&3 are different. I have found that a #1 lid lock key will work in most #3 locks.

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    6 days 5 hours ago #4961 by Dick Witcher


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    When they came out with the 79 series, the #1 key on the right side opened the counter flash & turn back hole. The #2 on the right side just below the #1 would lock the machine so that no one could operate it. The #3 was located on the back to make it open or closed drawer operation. As time went on they did away with the #2 & 3 locks & made a dual function lock #2-3 located on the front below the key banks. It looks like a forked key #417. If you turned it to the left it would lock the machine. If you turned it to the right it made it a mandatory closed drawer. If you left it in the middle it would operate with or without the drawer being closed. The numbers are in the art work around the lock. These locks were made of pot metal & seldom work. This key can be removed in all 3 positions. Look on the key chart for the forked key. Note: this chart is from an OEM dealer who sold keys for NCR equipment & the numbers shown are their part number. The chart has a second page telling you what the key # was & what machines it worked with. Look on my web page. www.brasscashregister.net under keys.
    Dick

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