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tionship for the complete installation of the AdjustA-Strike. (M.A.G. Engineering and Mfg., Inc.)
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Figure 13.55 Jamb preparation for the Adjust-A-
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Strike models 450 and 451. (M.A.G. Engineering and Mfg., Inc.)
Install the strike and keepers in the center of the cutout. Close the door to check fit. Adjust if necessary. For the model 452, for a 11 4 47 8-inch lip strike, the jamb preparation is as follows: 1. For 13 4-inch door, start the cutout 3 16 inch away from the door stop; for 13 8inch door, start cutout on the edge of door stop (Fig. 13.56).
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SEE NOTE NO. 1 DOOR STOP
11/8" SEE NOTE NO. 2
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PILOT HOLE 2" DEEP (2 PLACES)
SEE NOTE NO. 4
41/8" 33/8" SEE NOTE NO. 3
CENTER OF LATCH
1" HOLE DRILL 5/8" DEEP
47/8" SEE NOTE NO. 2
Figure 13.56 Jamb preparation and completed installation of Model 452 for a 13 4inch door. (M.A.G. Engineering and Mfg., Inc.)
2. Cut out 11 4-inch 47 8-inch, 1 8 inch deep. 3. Cut out 33 8 inches, 1 16 inch deep. For 13 4-inch door, 3 32 inch. For 13 8-inch door, 25 32 inch: 1. Install the strike and keepers in the center of the cutout. Close the door and check for proper fit, adjusting if necessary. The Schlage G Series Lockset The mechanics of this lockset were discussed in an earlier chapter.
Installation
These instructions, developed from material supplied by Schlage, apply for wood doors from 13 8 to 2 inches thick. 1. Mark the height line (the centerline of the deadlatch) on the door (Fig. 13.57). Suggestion: Mark the line 38 inches from the floor. 2. Mark the centerline of the door thickness on the door edge. 3. Position the template (supplied with the lockset) on the door with the lower deadlatch hole on the height line. Mark center points for one 21 8-inch hole
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and two 11 2-inch holes through the template (Fig. 13.57). Mark the centers for two 1-inch latch holes on the door edge. 4. Bore one 21 8-inch hole and two 11 2-inch holes in the door panel. 5. Bore two 1-inch holes in the edge of the door. The upper hole should be extended 3 8 inch beyond the far side of the middle hole on the door panel (Fig. 13.58). Mortise the edge of the door for the latch front. 6. Mark vertical and height lines on the jamb exactly opposite the center point of the lower latch hole. Mark a second horizontal centerline 2 inches above the height line for the deadbolt hole. Bore a 1-inch-diameter hole 11 8 inch deep and 1 4 inch below the height line. Bore a second hole to the same dimensions 1 4 inch above the second horizontal line. Clear out the area between the holes for the strike box (Fig. 13.59). 7. Install the strike (it can be reversed for either hand). If you have done the work correctly, the strike screws will be on the same vertical centerline as the latch screws. 8. Disassemble the lock. Remove the inside knob and lift off the outside mechanism (Fig. 13.60).
Figure 13.57 Marking holes.
Figure 13.58 Boring holes.
1" Hole 11/8 in. Deep
2 in. Height Line
in. Figure 13.60 Disassemble lock.
Figure 13.59 Clear area between
holes.
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9. With the deadbolt thrown and the crank slot in the vertical position, insert the latch unit and secure it with the screws provided (Fig. 13.61). The deadlatch can be rotated to match the door hand (Fig. 13.62). The beveled edge of the deadlatch should contact the striker as the door swings shut. 10. Install the inside mechanism with the knob button released and the crank bar in the vertical position. Insert the end of the crank bar in the slot on the deadbolt (Fig. 13.63). Engage the jaws of the slide with the deadlatch bar, and engage the deadlatch housing with the ears on the inside mechanism. This sounds more confusing than it is; see the insert for Fig. 13.63. 11. From the outside of the door, turn the cylinder bar slot with a screwdriver to check the action of the deadbolt and deadlatch. Once you are satisfied that the lock works properly, retract the deadbolt and release the knob button. Turn the cylinder bar slot to the horizontal position (Fig. 13.64). The clutch plate should be situated as shown. 12. Rotate the cylinder bar to the horizontal position with the knob spindle as shown (Fig. 13.65).
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