Figure 13.7 Latchbolt will not deadlock. in VS .NET

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Figure 13.8 Latchbolt cannot be retracted or extended properly.
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Figure 13.9 Latchbolt won t project from lock
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Problem 4: Key works with difficulty. Lubricate the keyway (Fig. 13.10). Do not use petroleum products. Spray powdered graphite into the cylinder or place powdered graphite or lead pencil shavings on the key. Move the key slowly back and forth in the keyway. Bitting (notches) on the key may be worn.
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Corbin heavy-duty cylindrical locksets: Service procedures
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Servicing these locks is not difficult if the task is approached methodically.
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Tightening the locksets. Tighten the inside rose thimble with a wrench. If the
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thimble needs to be taken up a great deal, tighten the outside rose at the same time to prevent possible misalignment and binding of both (Fig. 13.11). If the lockset is still not tight, back off the thimble. Using a screwdriver, push down the knob retainer and remove the knob and rose. If the spurs on the back of the rose are bent, straighten and reposition the rose so the spurs are embedded in the door. If the spurs are broken off, insert a rubber band or nonmetallic washer under the rose. Tighten the thimble.
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Removing and installing the locksets
1. Remove the key from the knob. 2. Loosen the inside rose thimble with a thimble wrench. Pull the lock slightly to release the rose spurs from the door.
Figure 13.10 Lubricating key-
way.
Figure 13.11 Tightening the lock-
set.
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3. Disengage the inside knob retainer with a thimble wrench and pull out the inside knob. 4. Slide the rest of the lockset from the outside of the door. 5. Remove the bolt faceplate screws and slide the latch unit from the lockface of the door. To reinstall the lockset, reverse the procedures above. When inserting the case and keyed knob from the outside of the door, be sure the bolt retractor in its case properly engages the latchbolt tail.
Removing and replacing the cylinder in the locksets
1. Follow the procedure in the Removing and Installing the Locksets section. 2. Remove one case screw and slightly loosen the other. 3. Swing out the outside knob retainer (it pivots on the slightly loosened case screw). 4. Using a screwdriver, pry the knob filler cover off the outside knob. 5. Using a special Waldes No. 3 ring pliers, remove the large Waldes ring from the groove and withdraw the shank and cylinder (Fig. 13.12). To reinstall the cylinder, reverse the procedure. Be sure the knurled side of the Waldes ring is face up.
Changing the hand of the locksets. Remember that the lock cylinder should
always be in position to receive the key with the bitting (notches) facing upward. 1. Follow the procedure in the preceding section. 2. Slightly loosen one case screw and back off the other (Fig. 13.13). 3. Swing out the outside knob retainer (it pivots on the slightly loosened case screw). 4. Lift the knob out and rotate it 180 . Replace it in the case. Swing the knob retainer back into place.
Figure 13.12 Removing cylinder.
Figure 13.13 Changing lockset hand.
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5. Insert the case screw and tighten both screws. 6. Reinstall (Fig. 13.14).
Corbin standard-duty cylindrical locksets: Service procedures Tightening the locksets
1. Depress the knob retainer and remove the inside knob. 2. Unsnap the rose from the rose liner (Fig. 13.15). 3. Place the wrench into the slot in the rose liner and rotate it clockwise until it s tight on the door. If the lockset is extremely loose, tighten the outside rose and inside liner equally (Fig. 13.16). 4. Replace the inside rose; depress the knob retainer and slide the knob onto the spindle until the retainer engages the hole in the knob shank.
Removing locksets
1. Depress the knob retainer and remove the inside knob.
Figure 13.14 Reinstalling knob.
Figure 13.15 Unsnapping rose from rose
liner.
Figure 13.16 Tightening rose.
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2. Unsnap the rose from the rose liner. 3. Place the wrench into the slot in the rose liner and rotate counterclockwise until it s disengaged from the spindle. 4. Remove the lock by pulling the outside knob. 5. Remove the bolt after removing the screws in the lockface of the door.
Reinstalling locksets
1. Adjust the lock for the door thickness by turning the outside rose until the edge of the rose matches one of the lines marked on the shank of the knob. (The first line is for a 13 8-inch door; the second is for a 13 4-inch door.) When using trim rosettes, increase the adjustment to compensate for the thickness of the metal. 2. Install the latchbolt in the face of the door. 3. Install the lock from the outside of the door so the case engages the slot in the latchbolt and the tail interlocks the retractor. 4. Replace the rose liner, rose, and knob on the inside of the door.
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