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Toll-free:  (800) 290-7607
DSN:  551-1212
Commercial:  (805) 982-1212
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FF-L-2740 Combination Lock Disposition Service
 

The DoD Lock Program can provide disposal service to all branches of the military, federal agencies, and DoD contractors for FF-L-2740 combination locks.  This includes Kaba Mas CDX-09, CDX-10, X-09, and X-10 locks, and Sargent & Greenleaf (S&G) Model 2740 and 2740B locks.

In all requests for disposal you must first call the DoD Lock Program Technical Support Hotline.  You will be instructed fill out our FF-L-2740 Combination Lock Disposal Request form and send it to us along with the lock and the combination reset to 50-25-50.

Older Electromechanical Mounted Combination Locks

Kaba Mas X-07, CDX-07, X-08, or CDX-08 locks do not have to be demilitarized or sent anywhere special.  They may be sent to a DLA Disposition Service location, or may be simply thrown away, depending on local requirements or procedures.  Prior to disposal they shall be reset to the standard combination of 50-25-50 according to DoD Manual 5200.01, Volume 3, Enclosure 3, paragraph 11.b(4).  The DoD Lock Program does not recommend saving parts from Kaba Mas X-07, CDX-07, X-08, or CDX-08 locks as these locks have reached the end of their service life and should be replaced, not repaired.

 
Other Combination Lock Disposal
 

Mechanical Mounted Combination Locks (Group 1 or FF-L-2937)

Mechanical mounted combination locks do not have to be demilitarized or sent anywhere special.  Prior to disposal they shall be reset to the standard combination of 50-25-50 according to DoD Manual 5200.01, Volume 3, Enclosure 3, paragraph 11.b(4).  They may be sent to a DLA Disposition Service location, or may be simply thrown away, depending on local requirements or procedures.

Combination Padlocks (FF-P-110)

DoD Manual 5200.01, Volume 3, Enclosure 3, paragraph 11.b(4), states that combination padlocks should be reset to the standard combination of 10-20-30 when taken out of service.  They do not have to be demilitarized or sent anywhere special.  They may be simply thrown away, depending on local requirements or procedures. 

 

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