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Living in Norway this often happens, have tried with silicone spray, wd40, but it does not last. The button has a tight fit and often freezes stuck when below 0c
Anyone have the same problem?
 

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In Britain - when your lock froze - standard procedure would be to pee on it :) You might try wurth hhs-k spray - much better than wd40 ....
 

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I like standard procedure, but my wife didn't fancy that in a crowded parking lot:wink: thanks for the Wurth tips
 
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