Meter box replacement latch/lock
864 in stock
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Has your meter box latch worn over time and needs replacing? This meter box door locking mechanism is the perfect solution for you. The latch is simple to install, and extremely durable making it a perfect replacement for any broken meter box lock. Find out more about this meter box lock replacement below.
This is a meter box latch (or meter box lock) replacement and is a genuine spare part certified for use with gas and electric meter boxes. Please be aware that latch is suitable for meter box doors which have a none spring-loaded latch. This meter box lock works with a full range of meter box doors, and is easy to fit for even the most novice DIY-ers, saving you the expense of hiring someone to repair your meter box lock.
As mentioned above, you don’t need to have any DIY experience to replace your meter box latch. Just the kit above. The meter box lock/latch is easily fitted by clicking or pushing the two latch pieces together and secured in place with a hammer. If you would like to learn more about how to fit your meter box latch, take a look at our ‘How to replace meter box latch’ guide where you can find a video demonstration.