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PostPosted: Tue 22 Nov 2011 14:35 
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There is quite a high attrition rate on cave gate locks, particullarly the CSCC caves. The problems are mostly caused by mud ingress in the mechanism. Please ensure the key is clean before inserting it into the lock and also try to ensure your hands are clean before handling the lock. Please report any problems with the locks or gates to the Conservation & Access Officer.

Les Williams
CSCC C&A Officer
Posted 6/11/2011

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