Exterior Door Deadbolt in a Beautiful Gold Color
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1002859
Price: $88.00
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Exterior Door Deadbolt in a Beautiful Gold Color

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Price: $88.00
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Warranty
5years
Ansi Grade
Grade 2
Color
Gold
Style
Contemporary
Brand
Brand
Shipping Time
QuickShip
Installation Costs
$99-$199
Series
Wonkana
Current Specs
Backset Size
2-3/8 In.
Product description

Match your home to your unique tastes with handles and locks from TurnOpen, your trusted source for customizing all your doors, inside and out. Customize your doors with your choice of opener, including knobs and levers, and secure your door with a variety of sturdy, secure locks. Recommended for high-traffic exterior doors, handlesets come with both stylish handle and matching high-security deadbolts and are available in eight finishes, including nickel, brass, and chrome.

For interior doors, choose from brass or aluminum knobs, levers, or pull handle/plate sets. All items come with everything you need for installation, as well as keys and replacement parts. Warranties vary but are generally among the best in the industry. Bulk order discounts are available on orders of 4 or more identical items.

Secure locking systems include newest technologies like smart remote lock.
Attractive and durable finishes.
Wide selection of high-quality parts.
Door locks and other parts match handles, knobs, and levers.
Check warranty for specific item configuration you order.
3D model only. Not available for purchase.
Key Features
Handles

Handlesets for exterior doors come with heavy-duty lock and matching large, wrought-iron handle with your choice of finish (bronze, polished or antique brass, satin or antique nickel, chrome, nickel, or black iron). For interior doors, choose from knobs (clear crystal or metallic) or levers (contemporary or modern, with 18 different finishes). Interior items come in sets of two for both sides of the door.

Locks

In addition to our safe and secure basic deadbolt sets (standard on all exterior door handlesets), a variety of high-tech options are also available, including keyless smart universal systems, a key fob locking system, panic lever for fast opening in an emergency, and alarm wiring for easy integration into any home security system.

Materials

All handles are made of steel (exterior doors) or aluminum (interior doors) and then plated with your choice of material (nickel, brass, bronze, or iron). Exterior lock housings are aluminum or brass with steel deadbolts. Vanity door knobs may include other materials such as crystal, gold, or other precious metals.

Warranty

All moving parts in our locks (deadbolt, turner, etc.) are guaranteed for thirty years and come with free replacement in the event of a break-in. Optional security devices, such as keyless entryway, come with their own warranties that cover normal operation and wear and tear. Metal interior door handles come with a ten-year warranty.

Current Specifications
Dimensions
Weight
N/A
Depth
2.15 In.
Height
17.35 In.
Width
3.05 In.
Lever Length
4.75 In.
Bore Hole Diameter
1.5 In.
Cross Bore Diameter
2.30 In.
Strike Height
2.5 In.
Strike Width
1.45 In.
Deadbolt Throw Length
1.10 In.
Maximum Door Thickness
2.77 In.
Projection
1.21 In.
Backset Size
2-3/8 In.
Handing
Universal Reversible
Specifications
Brand
TurnOpen
Series
Wonkana
Warranty
5 Years
Installation Costs
$99-$199
Shipping Time
Quickship
Color
Gold
Security Level
Grade 2
Product Type
Deadbolt
Use Location
Interior Door
Style
Contemporary
Material
Solid Bronze
Locking Mechanism
Thumb Turn
Key Type
Key Operated
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Exterior Door Deadbolt in a Beautiful Gold Color - Match your home to your unique tastes with handles and locks from TurnOpen, your trusted source for customizing all your doors, inside and out. Customize your doors with your choice of opener, including knobs and levers, and secure your door with a variety of sturdy, secure locks. Recommended for high-traffic exterior doors, handlesets come with both stylish handle and matching high-security deadbolts and are available in eight finishes, including nickel, brass, and chrome.For interior doors, choose from brass or aluminum knobs, levers, or pull handle/plate sets. All items come with everything you need for installation, as well as keys and replacement parts. Warranties vary but are generally among the best in the industry. Bulk order discounts are available on orders of 4 or more identical items.
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Questions And Answers

How do you replace a door knob?
To replace a doorknob you will need to unscrew the current screws holding the knob in place, as well as the screws for the plate where the latch is on the door. Once these have been removed the old lock will come out and the new lock can be placed.
Where do I find the Schlage programming code?
The Schlage programming code is located on the yellow-colored stickers. These are behind the keypad-assembly. There is also one of these on the programming guide for the keypad locks too.
How do I factory reset my Schlage Lock?
You will need to get into the battery first. The battery needs to be disconnected off the door’s deadbolt. Push the button for Schlage about three times, when the battery is out. When pushing that button, put the battery back in.
How do I change the code on my door lock?
The method for changing the code on your lock will vary based on the brand of lock. You should be able to look at the manufacturer's information on the lock that was included when you purchased it. If not check with the manufacturer on what you need to do.
How do you change the code on a Schlage door lock?
To add a new code press the button "Schlage" along with the number button one at the same time. Wait until you hear a beep and see three flashes. The green light flashing will let you know that it is ready for a new code to be programmed.
How do you unlock a door knob?
You can unlock a door knob in many ways. Sometimes you do this by a key, a keypad, a push button, a turn lock, a deadbolt or an electronic lock.
What is the difference between a passage door knob and a privacy door knob?
A passage door knob is also known as a closet or hall knob. These usually don’t lock. The privacy door knobs are usually put on bathrooms and bedrooms. They generally have locks on them.
How do I remove a stuck door knob?
To remove a stuck knob you will need to remove the screws from the doorknob. Once the screws have been removed the knob should separate. Now, you can use your screwdriver to press the latch in and open the door. Then the doorknob can be replaced with one that functions.
How do you install a door knob on a new door?
If a hole needs to be cut, you do that first. Otherwise, you install latch, faceplate, strikeplate, lever, spindle, inside housing and then the knob. After installing these in this order, you will put the screw in.
What are the different types of door knobs?
There are many doorknobs available. There are keyed door locks, including doorknobs and door levers. There are also electronic door locks. Each of the locks offers something slightly different, while they all allow secured entry to your home. Your lock choice will be based on cost and personal preference.
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Replacing an interior door doesn’t require the services of a professional. In fact, it’s a project most homeowners can easily tackle themselves. However, when the door knob doesn’t have any visible screws showing how the knob attaches to the door, it can easily throw most people for a loop. But there’s no need to fair. Removing a door knob without obvious screws is actually very easy, as long as you know what to do. Follow the process below, and you’ll have that door knob off in no time.

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Fixing a doorbell, in most cases, is a relatively quick, simple and inexpensive job that you can complete on your own. If your doorbell does not ring, there could be four possible problems with it. It could be the chime, the transformer, the button, or the wiring connecting them all. You can track the culprit easily and make the fix.

You do not have to worry about working with electricity as a majority of the doorbell circuitry is usually low-voltage and will not give you any shocks in case you make contact with the wires. A transformer considerably reduces the typical 120-volts carried by many electrical circuits to just ten to sixteen volts needed to operate a doorbell.

We have a useful how-to article to walk you through the process of repairing an old door.

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How To Remove A Door Handle

When you are getting around to some home improvements, one that you may want to consider is changing the door handle on your entry door. This may seem very simple but for many it gets confusing. Removing and replacing the door handles can be troublesome. There are so many different kinds out there and you may not know which one to get. Some are designed in different ways and you need to make sure they get installed properly. The steps below are going to help you determine what is needed to get this project done successfully.

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Not just interested in changing the key for your door lock? Have you been considering an upgrade to your existing door lock? If so, you might want to consider electric door locks. When you are shopping for electric locks you will need to be mindful when it comes to elements that will impact your selection. If there are teenagers in the home now that come in from school before you are home from work, an electronic door lock will mean no more having to buy replacement keys. By carefully thinking about, and verifying a couple of things regarding the project, you will be able to feel confident that you are purchasing the right system. You want to ensure that you don’t overpay for something that is not necessary or that you may need an upgrade just a few months from your purchase because the needs that you had have changed. Before buying your electric lock, make sure that you consider the following points because they will help you to know where to get started and ensure that you will be happy with the purchase that you make. read more

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Pocket Door Lock

Because they save so much space, pocket doors are a popular option for smaller areas so if you don’t have one yet, it might be that you need to look into having one installed. They are a great choice for closets because they do not take up any needed space if the closet is smaller, like a swinging door would. This makes it much easier to get around and find the things that are needed. However, pocket doors are also great for bathrooms, and sometimes, they are even used as bedroom doors. These rooms tend to be more private, and it would probably be best to install a pocket door lock, so you can prevent any possible embarrassing incidents. While the lock on a hinged door is a traditional option for the door that is typically installed with it, the lock on a pocket door will be something added to many, however it does come standard in some. When you are comparing doors, be sure to consider where it is going to be installed and also how it will be used and if it needs a lock, ensure you include that in the price. read more

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Mortise Lock

Mortise locksare a kind of locking mechanism that is installed or fitted in the door itself. For a door to be able to hold a mortise lock, it should have a minimum width of 45mm or 1.75 inches. Mortise locks were immensely popular and are found in old building doors. A majority of mortis locks have a lock body. The body is placed in the mortise cutout of a door. Other components include a lock trim like door knobs, pulls or lever and a strike plate. Although there is no denying that mortise locks can reduce the structural integrity of a wood door, a majority of security experts still believe that a mortise lock is much stronger, durable and versatile compared to its cylindrical counterpart. As a mortise lock is installed inside your door itself, even the most skilled intruders would have a very tough time forcing your door open. This lock system is neatly cut into the edge of your door and you can only see the faceplate when your door is ajar. Mortise locks are also made of a variety of levers and notches that makes them extremely difficult to pick. Therefore, it is important to choose a good mortise lock with at least five to six lock levers to ensure your door is virtually impossible to pick or open without the key. And in case you are still not convinced about the efficacy of having a mortise lock installed in your house, we will discuss some more advantages of these locks. read more

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