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French Door Keypad in a Beautiful Silver Color
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Questions And Answers

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.

How do I remove an exterior door knob?

Removal of an exterior door knobs is fairly easy. You will need a screwdriver. There are screws that hold the lock in place. You can find these on the plate for the latch as well as on the interior of the knob. Unscrew the screws and remove the knob.

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.

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 measure a door knob?

You should first measure the hole for the doorknob at the center to the doorway edged, this will help you find the door set size. Often the door set size be will either 2 and 3/4 inches or 2 and 3/8 inches, almost all fit within this range.

How do you remove a door knob without screws?

Open your door and see if you can see a thin slot on the locking side of the knob. If there is a setscrew that is recessed, turn this in a counterclockwise until it moves out. For a slot, push you flathead in the slot and pull out the knob.

How do you tighten a door knob?

First, you will need to identify which part of the knob is causing it to be loose. Once you have identified this area of the knob you will need to use your hex set or screwdriver in order to tighten it up. This is a fairly quick and easy process.

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 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 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.

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How To Install Door Knob

Maybe you have a door knob that is too loose or too stiff, or one that simply doesn’t suit your personal style. You might even have a damaged door knob if the door was forced open at some point. Regardless of the reason, most homeowners will occasionally need to replace a door knob in their home.

Luckily, this process is fairly simple, and most people can handle the tasks on their own. Just follow the steps outlined below, and you can install a door knob in no time.

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How To Remove A Mortise Door Lock

Some older homes, often pre-World War II, have mortise locks, and even newer homes may have updated versions of these classic designs. While these pieces of hardware can be very attractive, the idea of removing one can be intimidating at first glance. However, many homeowners can’t easily manage the task with a few basic tools.

To manage this project yourself, just follow the steps below.

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How To Install A Simple Door Lock

Sometimes door locks and the knobs will become too loose, too tight or even just too old. This can be annoying and you may want to get a new simple door lock. That isn’t a big project and it can be done easily in just a few steps. Even if you just want to replace your old door lock because you would like some better security, that is alright as well. Did you know that even if you only upgrade your home’s door knob and lock, the curb appeal will be much better? There are so many reasons to get a new door lock so learn how to install one today.

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INTERESTING RESOURCES

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Front Door Locks

Modern front door locks provide an aesthetic appeal to your home’s entrance while offering state-of-the-art protection and security you, your loved ones, and the valuables you’ve worked so hard to get throughout the years. There are many styles of front door locks are available to choose from. . Several lock styles and types give homeowners the options they want, with assorted price ranges will help keep it simple to maintain your budget. read more

Lock Grades

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Door Handing

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Lock Finishes

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Keypad Door Lock

Keypad door locks may seem like a technological advance, but they've been around in some form for decades. With the newer manufacturing processes now in place, the long lasting materials will keep your home safe and secure for a long time. Many of us might be familiar with them on cars or recreational vehicles, for example. Some of us may also have encountered them at apartment buildings or college dormitories. Depending on your level of technological sophistication and/or your particular needs, you should be able to find a keypad door lock that will exactly fit the bill. No more monthly replacements of the door key for your 6th grader so just teach him how to remember the code to get inside the house. Keypad door locks can be an easy way to add convenience and security to your home which can’t be picked like keyed doors can. read more

Power Supply

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Code Breaker

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Keys to the Kingdom

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Sliding Door Lock

The security you have in your home depends on what types of locks you install. While there are many choices you can pick, if you have a sliding door, you will need a sliding door lock. The lock may have been installed when the door was put in, and now it is too loose and besides letting in outside drafts, you’re concerned with security. The lock you can replace it with doesn’t have to be the same. There isn’t just one type of these locks. There are numerous types and you will want to make sure the ones you get will work best for you and your family. As you can see, you will have different options for the sliding door locks you pick. While you are reading the material here and comparing the options you have, please keep in mind that you will want to ensure the highest quality lock is installed. This isn’t a place to scrimp and save extra money because of everything you are protecting with it. Every door in your home needs to keep your home secure and that includes the sliding doors as well. read more

Mortise Locking Systems

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Night Latch Locking Systems

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Multi-Point Locking Systems

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