combination lock


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combination lock

a type of lock that can only be opened when a set of dials releasing the tumblers of the lock are turned to show a specific sequence of numbers

combination lock

[‚käm·bə′nā·shən ¦läk]
(engineering)
A lock that can be opened only when its dial has been set to the proper combination of symbols, in the proper sequence.
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The 1155 Swinghandle unit can be operated with the digital thumbwheel combination lock (which may be easily reset), or overridden with a standard cylinder key.
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