# How to Crack a 3 Dial Combination Lock

This method works only with three tumblers.

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Three tumblers can be broken without the code. This is useful if you have a master lock or other closure of the combination of three you ‘ve forgotten the code. Trying to random combinations would 65000 attempts before finding the right combination. The method below will give you 100 possible combinations to try, one of which will open its closure.

**Things that you need**

- Blocking
- Pen
- The paper

Put the selector at ‘0’ and pull the blocking voltage. Start by slowly turning the block clockwise; stop when the blockage is caught up in a number. This number can be an integer, such as number of 3, or medium, such as a 6 1 / 2. Write down the number that sticks on and stop pulling on the lock.

Pull the lock tight again and repeat the process until you have gone around the dial, write each number that the lock catches. In the end, you must have no more than 12 numbers. Five of these numbers will be integers. Four will be decimal places as 12.5 — these four must have the same number, for example, 12.5, 6.5, 2.5 and 21.5. The only number with a different ending is the third number in the box combination. If all the numbers ending with the exception of one. 3. 5, 3 will be their third number in combination.

Divide the number you found to be the third number of combination by four. If the third number in the box combination is 8 ‘the product will be 2’. If your product has a rest, write down that number; if you don ‘t have a rest to write’ 0 ‘. His remaining original can only be zero, one, two, three or four.

Add four to his remaining to reach the largest number in your combination lock. So if you have a rest ‘2’, add four to reach the largest number, for example, 2, 6, 10. Out of these ten numbers will be the first number in your combination lock.

If your original balance was zero or one add two to the remainder, becoming two or three. The remainder was a three or four, subtracts the two, becoming a one or two. Starting with the remainder added or subtracted, if you had three, start with one and add four to reach the largest number in your combination lock. If you do not set the number perfectly okay, just don ‘t go. Out of these ten numbers, one will be the second number of your combination lock.

Now, you have 100 possible combinations. Use the method of trial and error to find the right combination. This method is more suitable to sit somewhere comfortable and relaxed instead of in the middle of the classes when you forgot the combination to your wardrobe.