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14. Install the linkage bar (Fig. 13.106). 15. Install the knob driver (Fig. 13.107). 16. Install the linkage-bar plate (Fig. 13.108). 17. With the upper bushing slot in the horizontal position, install the cylinder driver (Fig. 13.109). 18. Replace the mounting-plate cover (Fig. 13.110). 19. Install the inside retaining ring (Fig. 13.111).
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LOWER BUSHING (SLOT MUST BE VERTICAL)
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sion, Step 9.
sion, Step 10.
RETAINING RING
DRIVER BAR (MUST BE HORIZONTAL)
OUTSIDE VIEW Figure 13.103 Right-hand conver-
INSIDE VIEW Figure 13.104 Right-hand conver-
sion, Step 11.
sion, Step 12.
20. Turn the slot in the G85 unit to face the same direction as the slide (Fig. 13.112). 21. Turn the deadlatch 180 (Fig. 13.113). 22. Check your work (Fig. 13.114).
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LINKAGE BAR BOLT BAR
INSIDE VIEW Figure 13.105 Right-hand conversion, Step 13.
INSIDE VIEW Figure 13.106 Right-hand conver-
sion, Step 14.
LINKAGEBAR PLATE KNOB DRIVER
INSIDE VIEW Figure 13.107 Right-hand conversion, Step 15.
INSIDE VIEW Figure 13.108 Right-hand conversion, Step 16.
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SLOT IN UPPER BUSHING HORIZONTAL MOUNTINGPLATE COVER CYLINDER DRIVER (LUG ENGAGES BETWEEN LINKAGEBAR PLATE AND KNOB DRIVER
INSIDE VIEW Figure 13.109 Right-hand
conversion,
Figure 13.110 Right-hand conversion, Step 18.
Step 17.
SLOT IN G85 TO FACE SAME DIRECTION AS SLIDE RETAINING RINGS
INSIDE VIEW Figure 13.111 Right-hand conver-
OUTSIDE VIEW Figure 13.112 Right-hand conversion, Step 20.
sion, Step 19.
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Figure 13.113 Right-hand conversion, Step 21.
Figure 13.114 Right-hand conversion, Step 22.
Attaching and removing knobs
Figure 13.115 illustrates two of the most frequently encountered methods of securing doorknobs. The knob may be threaded over the spindle and held by a set screw, or it may be pinned to the spindle by a screw that passes through the knob and spindle. Another approach is to secure the knob with a retaining lug that extends into a hole in the knob shank. The inside knob can be removed at any time by depressing the retainer; the outside knob can be removed only when the lock is open (Fig. 13.116).
Updating a lockset
The following instructions concern the replacement of a worn or outdated lockset with a new one. The replacement is a heavy-duty G series Schlage, one of the most secure entranceway locksets made. The work is not difficult. 1. Remove the old lockset (Fig. 13.117). 2. Remove the latch (Fig. 13.118). 3. If a jig is available, use it as a guide for cutting the door; if not, use the template packaged with the lockset (Figs. 13.119 and 13.120). 4. Mortise the edge of the door to receive the strike plate (Fig. 13.121). 5. Install the double-locking latch and deadbolt (Fig. 13.122). 6. Install the inside lockface assembly (Fig. 13.123). 7. Install the internal mechanism.
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8. Couple the outside lockface assembly with the internal parts (Fig. 13.124). 9. Secure the inside lockface assembly with the screws provided (Fig. 13.125). 10. Snap the inside cover into place (Fig. 13.126). The lockset is now installed (Fig. 13.127).
Figure 13.115 Securing door knobs. Figure 13.116 Removing knob.
Figure 13.117 Lockset update, Step 1.
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Figure 13.118 Lockset update, Step 2.
Figure 13.119 Lockset update, Step 3.
Figure 13.120 Lockset update, Step 4.
Figure 13.121 Lockset update, Step 5.
Figure 13.122 Lockset update, Step 6.
Figure 13.123 Lockset update, Step 7.
Figure 13.124 Lockset update, Step 8.
Figure 13.125 Lockset update, Step 9.
Figure 13.126 Lockset update, Step 10.
Figure 13.127 Lockset update, Step 11.
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Strike plates Quality locksets are equipped with a deadlocking plunger on the latchbolt. Otherwise, the bolt could be retracted with a knife blade or a strip of celluloid. Nevertheless, it is important to leave very little space between the door edge and the strike plate. A bolt with a 1 2-inch throw should have no more than 1 8 inch visible between the door and jamb. If necessary, mount the strike plate over a steel spacer. This moves the strike plate closer to the bolt. The length of the lip is also critical, since a short lip will increase wear on the latchbolt and may frustrate the automatic door-close mechanism, leaving the door unlatched. Mortise strike plates are mounted on the same vertical centerline as the bolt (or should be). Measure the distance from the centerline of the latchbolt to the edge of the jamb and add 1 8 inch for flat strike plates and 1 4 inch for curved types. Figure 13.128 illustrates a collection of Schlage strike plates.
Entrance-door security
Security is a function of the door, cylinder, bolt, and strike plate.
There is no security with a hollow wooden door. Masterkeying should be kept as simple as possible. Each split pin increases the odds in favor of the lock picker. Resist demands for extensive cross keying. These demands originate with customers who insist on single-key performance for executive keys. Security begins with proper key-control procedures. It is wise to supply extra change-key blanks during the installation phase of the system. Without readily available blanks, the convenient thing to do would be to cut duplicate change keys from master key blanks. Security could be compromised since the change key could fit other locks. Double-cylinder locks should be used wherever possible. Automatic deadlatches should be specified for all locksets without a deadbolt function. Otherwise the bolt could be retracted by loiding, that is, by slipping a flat object between the bolt and the strike. Use the longest bolts available to frustrate attempts to gain entry by spreading the door frame. A strike plate cover can also have the same function. Shield the bolts with armored inserts. Reinforced strike plate mounts, particularly with metal door frames, add security by increasing the area of contact between the strike plate and frame.
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