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Hi this is Mike from the substream.com and this is the very special salty sailor Halloween edition of what is instead here on the substream.com or on whatever videos streaming down. You are watching this on. And today we are going to be discussing the latest installment in the unpalatable cockroach in a thousand years when there from holly wars though still somehow will be making sequel, robots in the factor or somewhere. So our last trip up to California about hour below at city valley, we have a little bit of surprise when we pulled on and plug out I just say we tried but you can see right here it melted the plug is melted to the socket. And when we take it to dealer they save it’s probably because of low power and they was trying to pull more juice and just melted to it. So what we did is we bought a serve protector it’s not cheap it’s probably about a hundred about but it will save you. What we did was a almost $300 repair bill because it doesn’t cover on the warranty so while worth a $100 investment to make sure you are not going to pay a $300 of bill. This is serve protector and we have 30 amp circuit so this is the 30 amp circuit protector and lower of the cost. Hello, my name is Michael Peterson; I’ve been in independent locksmith in Oak Park Illinois for the last ten year. Today, I will be demonstrating some basic picking techniques. For this demonstration I will be using a tension range and a basic lock peak. A tension range is to apply clockwise or counterclockwise pressure on the cylinder. The peak is to manipulate pins and other natural resting position if a keyword to be inserting to the cylinder. For this demonstration I will be showing how to pick a cam lock also known as a disc lock. Camera disc lock is commonly found on mail boxes or small types or containers. They are sometimes harder to pick because the pins inside are flimsy and small and hard to manipulate yet easy to bend or destroy. When picking this lock it’s important that you do not apply too much pressure with the tension range and not too aggressive with the pick, I will show you how to do this. Insert the tension range into the cylinder. And apply clockwise or counterclockwise pressure. Then insert your peak to begin to manipulate the pins. You want to be gentle because the pins are thin and you can bend them. Sometimes the cylinder will move on the cam lock but that’s not meaning that the cylinder peak and means that you’re bending the cylinder or the pins inside. It’s important that you’re careful to notice what you’re doing. When you believe that the cylinders peak insert your flat head screw driver entering the cylinder. Most cam locks lock when they are in the lock or unlock position making it impossible for you to turn the key way back to its resting position. The only way to do this is with they key itself. Next will be showing you how to pick a two lever cylinder.