# How To Unlock A Bike Lock Without The Combination? (TOP 5 Tips)

Are bike locks easy to decode?

• Most of the standard combination cable/padlock bike locks are quite simple to decode. These types of locks and their padlock counterparts should not be confused with combination dials (which you manipulate like a safe and are often seen on school lockers).

## How do you unlock a locked bike?

Minors and children should not attempt these steps without adult supervision.

1. Use a Locksmith.
2. Contact a Local Bike Shop.
3. Use a Lock Pick.
4. Use a Plastic Pen (BIC/Biro Style Pen)
5. Use a Shim to open the lock without keys.
6. Cut the Lock off Yourself.

## How do you unlock a 4 digit combination lock?

How to Open a 4 Number Combination Lock

1. Look for your combination number.
2. Set the first digit of the combination.
3. Set the second digit of the combination.
4. Set the third digit of the combination.
5. Set the fourth digit of the combination.
6. Pull the shackle to unlock.

## What happens if you forgot your Master Lock combination?

Q: I’ve lost the combination to my Set-Your-Own combination lock. Therefore, Master Lock does not have record of the combination that the owner set. The lock cannot be reset unless it is in the open position. If your lock is attached to something, you will need to call a locksmith for removal.

## How do you reset a lock box without the code?

How to Open a Lockbox without the Code

1. Step 1: Insert the pick to the gap located at the first number. Insert the pick inside the gap located at the first number.
2. Step 2: Look for the loose spot in the wheel.
3. Step 3: Repeat the process for the remaining numbers until you open the lock.
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## What is the most common 4 digit code?

The most common four-digit PINs, according to the study, are 1234, 0000, 2580 (the digits appear vertically below each other on the numeric keypad), 1111 and 5555.

## How many combinations does a 4 digit lock have?

There are 10,000 possible combinations that the digits 0-9 can be arranged into to form a four-digit code. Berry analyzed those to find which are the least and most predictable.