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The command locks your bootloader. What the consequences are really depends on your device. Most devices enable signature-verification for the boot partition (kernel) which prevents you from booting any kernels not signed by device manufacturer (unless you exploit some security breaches like 2nd boot). They also disallow you to flash any partition via ...
Use Volume Up + Power to get into Recovery mode. From there you should be able to perform a factory reset or flash a ROM.
The easiest way would be from fastboot by issuing a 'fastboot erase userdata' command. But booting afterwards might be troublesome because you will have no filesystem on your userdata partition! It is normal that you don't see anything on your screen except the LED when booting into fastboot mode using the key combo. Just run fastboot as root on your ...
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