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First off its my fault not the fault of the bike - my dilemma is this :

I was installing a small tail bag i have for a ride tomorrow - the pad for the bag is velcroed under the pillion seat and the bag itself attaches to the pad with velcro -

The pad went on fine but now I/m unable to get the lock to move to remove the seat - Obviously the fit and finish of the bike is tight so now I/m unable to get the lock to work to
remove the passenger seat -

Anyone have any brilliant idea? I am resistant to continue trying to turn the key for fear of breaking the only key I have - ( btw am I the only one that received merely a single key with my bike ) ?
Thanking all in advance -

Steve
 

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I was going to say the same, perhaps get somebody else do just that, whilst carefully turning the key.
You should have had two keys, and a unique coded card should you need a replacement key.
 

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All - lame me - not only was the seat stuck which thanks to GOT3 its resolved, I found that I in fact do have a second key - :(
I think i/m losing what little mind I had - dementia may be setting in - I hope I don't forget how to find home after a long day ride
 
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