I bought a REO (Real Estate Owned) farm from the bank. There is a steel storage building on the site with a steel non-security door. The lock is only a knob lock, no dead bolt. But it's in a steel frame with some kind of 'bypass' around the lock that is preventing me from slipping plastic or aluminum under the latch bolt.The locksmith I talked too on the phone wanted $400 to come out and open it because it's a two hour drive one way from the city.I tried the few tricks I know, credit card, slim jim, etc No luck. Jimmied the cover off the base of the external knob and it's installed tamper proof. I can't take bolts out from the outside.I'd like to keep the door in one piece, it's a good strong door, well mounted. Any way to get this baby open and without destroying the door for less than $400?
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