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latch assembly should be flush with the nose of the door. Close the door to the point where the latch touches the door frame and mark the frame at the top and bottom lines previously scribed. Mark the screw holes. When the door is closed, the screw holes of the strike should be even with the screw holes of the latch plate. Cut or mortise the frame to a minimum depth of 3 4 inch to ensure a full throw of the latch when the door is closed. Combinations cannot be cleared or changed if the full travel of the latch is impaired. The Unican 1000 comes factory packed with a 23 4-inch strike (and strike box for metal frames). An ASA 47 8-inch strike is also available as an accessory from the manufacturer. Do not use a strike with a lip radius different than that supplied by the manufacturer. A short radius on the lip can damage the latch assembly.
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Changing the hand. Unless otherwise specified in your order, all Unican 1000 series locks are factory assembled for left-hand operation. To change it to right-hand operation, remove the backplate containing the cylindrical unit from the lock case by removing the Phillips head screws. Remove the four Phillips head screws holding the cylindrical unit at the backplate (Fig. 18.34) and rotate the cylindrical unit so that the cutout for the latch faces in the opposite direction. Reattach the cylindrical unit using the four screws (with two lock washers for each screw), making sure the unit is centrally positioned to the hole in the backplate and rotates freely when the spindle is turned. To prevent internal jamming, two lockwashers must be used with each screw. Remount the backplate assembly to the lock case. Adjusting for different door widths. All locks are factory set for a 13 4-inch-thick door. To adjust for a 13 8- to 11 2-inch door, remove the backplate and cylindrical unit assembly from the lock case and remove the spacer that is positioned between the cylindrical unit and the backplate (Fig. 18.35). Reassemble the cylindrical unit with the shorter (6 32- 1 4-inch) screws provided with the unit. Insert the roll pin in the front knob shaft one hole closer to the front knob
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Figure 18.34 The four screws must be removed so the cylinder can be rotated, if necessary. (Simplex Access Controls Corp.)
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Figure 18.35 Backplate assembly
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and cylinder unit must be removed to adjust the lock for door thickness variations. (Simplex Access Controls Corp.)
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(from position 2 to 3 in Fig. 18.35). Again, be sure that there are two lockwashers under each screwhead joining the cylindrical unit to the backplate. To adjust for 2- to 21 4-inch doors, follow the previous instructions but add the extra spacer provided (lip edge to lip edge) to the one already assembled to the lock. Use the longer (6 32- 3 4-inch) screws provided, and insert the pin in the shaft in the hole farthest from the front knob (from position 2 to 1) in the shaft in the hole farthest from the front knob (from position 2 to 1 in Fig. 18.35). When remounting the cylindrical unit, be sure it is centered in the hole in the backplate and turns freely. Ensure that the two lockwashers are under each screwhead. Hold the latch assembly in the edge of the door and slide the lock case in from the front. Depress the latch slightly to engage the T (A in Fig. 18.36) in the lock retracting shoe (B). Viewing the unit from the back side of the 21 8-inch hole, be sure the curved lips of the latch housing slide within the opening of the cylindrical case (C) in Fig. 18.36. Hold the lock case to the front of the door with one hand and insert the two top mounting screws from the back. Finger-tighten both screws to ensure the holes were properly positioned. If you are not able to start the screws into the back of the lock case with your fingers, the mounting holes were not positioned correctly. Forcing can strip the threads. To correct this condition, remove the lock case and file out the holes to ensure proper alignment of each to the nuts on the backplate. Screw on the inside rose and tighten it with the spanner wrench. Slide the knob onto the inside sleeve, depressing the knob catch spring by pushing the pointed tip of the wrench through the hole in the side of the knob collar. When the knob is pushed into the stop, remove the tool and make sure the knob is securely fastened. Mount the trim plate horizontally over the 1-inch-diameter combination change hole and the two mounting screws (Fig. 18.37). With the center punch, indent the door slightly for the two protrusions on the plate used to prevent rotation. Cut the lock screw to length as required. Insert the control key and keep
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