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Old school, try upper door frame with a fingers and then place a block to keep door from completely closing. Then, use a long close hanger to unlock door by pulling the inside handle outward.

Seen a trick with a tennis ball that has a 1 inch cut. you place the open cut over the door key cylinder and then with your hand, flat palm, slap the tennis ball hard against the cylinder. the air pressure should pop the lock to unlock.

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