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Figure 13.32 Lubricating keyway.
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Figure 13.33 Lubricating cylinder.
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Figure 13.34 Installing thumbpiece.
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Installing and adjusting the working trim. Unscrew the spindle. Remove the
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mounting plates, roses, and thimble from the spindle. Unscrew the sleeve from the inside knob. Remove the spindle from the knob (Fig. 13.35). Install the rose-attaching plates. On wood doors, install flange washers through the mortise, turning the attaching plates into them. It may be necessary to mortise for the washer to permit the mortise lock to clear it. Install the mortise lock. Align the plates using a No. 028 aligning tool. If this tool is not available, assemble the spindles allowing a 1 16-inch gap between halves of the swivel spindles with mounting plates, sleeve spacer, and adjusting nut in position as shown in Fig. 13.35. Tighten the adjusting nut with your fingers. Mark screw holes through both mounting plates. Install the screws. Reassemble the spindle, tightening the adjusting nut, and back off one quarter-turn to line up with the flats of the spacer. The spindle should have a slight end chuck. Try the knob. If the latch binds, back off the adjusting nut another quarter-turn. Disassemble the spindle. Assemble the roses and thimble. Reassemble the spindle complete with knobs. Tighten the rose thimbles and inside adjusting plate with furnished spanner wrenches. Knobs should turn freely in either direction from either side.
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Installing and adjusting the lever handle trim assembly
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1. Check that the handle hole is 11 8 inch wide. On wood doors, remove the mortise lockset and make additional mortise for retainer on the inside of the case mortise. Replace the locksets and secure with screws.
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Figure 13.35 Removing spindle from knob.
2. Place the rose assembly spindle into the lock hub. The label shows the top and latch edge. Spot four screw holes through the assembly plate (Fig. 13.36). Make sure that the latchbolt operates freely. Drill holes very carefully. 3. Attach the rose assembly to the door. (With a wood door, attach through the door to the retainer.) 4. Put on the cover plates. Place the lever handle on the assembly and secure with an Allen set screw. 5. Adjust. If the latchbolt binds, remove the lower plate and slightly change the rose assembly position.
Reversing the hand. As you will remember from Chap. 7, the hand refers to the position of the hinge on the door and to the direction of swing. Some locksets are universal and fit all four hands. Others must be modified in the field.
1. Refer to Figure 13.37. Unfasten the two cap screws (A) and remove the cap. 2. Reverse the latchbolt (B). If the lock has an antifriction latch, first remove the L-shaped pin (C) and reinstall it on the opposite side after reversing the bolt. Hold the short leg against the side of the case with the pressure-sensitive decal. 3. Reverse the auxiliary latch (D) if an auxiliary latch is furnished. To do this, first remove the auxiliary latch lever and spring, then invert the latch so
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RETAINER ROSE ASS Y
SCREW COVER PLATE LEVER HANDLE HOLES LEVEL RETAINER ROSE ASS Y SCREW LEVER HANDLE
WRENCH COVER PLATE SET SCREW Figure 13.36 Installing lever handle.
Figure 13.37 Reversing the hand.
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the concave surface is toward the stop in the frame. Reassemble the lever and spring. 4. Reverse the front bevel. Loosen three screws (E) in the top and bottom edges of the case, adjust to the proper bevel (or to flat), and retighten the screws securely. 5. Reverse the knob hubs (F): hub with 3 8-inch square spindle hole toward the outside. 6. Replace the cap and securely tighten the screws. 7. Check for proper operation before installing in the door. The MAG Ultra 700 Deadbolt Instructions for mounting the MAG Ultra 700 Deadbolt are as follows: 1. Cut the door using the template as a guide (Fig. 13.38). 2. Place the wave spring inside the cylinder guard. 3. Insert the cylinder through the cylinder guard with the wave spring under the head of the cylinder. 4. Thread the cylinder into the lock body securely. The keyway must be horizontal and on the side of the cylinder closest to the bolt. If the keyway does not come to the horizontal, loosen the cylinder as necessary (always less than one turn). 5. Remove the faceplate and install the four set screws at the top and bottom of the lock. 6. Secure the cylinder with the set screws provided. 7. If you have to disassemble the lock, insert a wrench into the hole and turn counterclockwise. This will open the lock. 8. With the lock near or full open, manipulate the lock so the pins slip out of one escutcheon. 9. Reverse this procedure to reassemble. Note: The 3 16-inch roll pin must fit into the hole in the opposite escutcheon for alignment. 10. With the lock assembled and the cover in place, slide the unit into the door cutout (Fig. 13.39). Position it so that the longest escutcheon is flush with the high edge of the door bevel. 11. Tighten the lock to the door by inserting an Allen wrench in the appropriate holes and turning clockwise. This brings the escutcheons of the lock together so they clamp the door. 12. Turn the mounting screws finger tight; then give them approximately onehalf turn more (Fig. 13.40). 13. Install the faceplace with the screws provided (Fig. 13.41).
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