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I like this lock,
I wanted the keyless entry with an ability to set/reset multiple codes as needed (family, house-sitter, etc.). When I go for a run I do not want to have to carry a key. It works great and provides all the features I neede. It fits into the existing deadbolt holes and the color and texture matched the door handle I already had and did not want to change. The only issue I have is that it can be a bit difficult to turn sometimes. It is feels as if it binds sometimes. I am still looking into that.
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Initial post: Mar 24, 2010 8:36:11 PM PDT
P. Guidi says:
Binding is not the lock's fault... try pushing or pulling your door a bit when operating the lock. The seals on your door put pressure on the tounge as it slides in and out of the latch hole in the strike plate - as they should to insure no air leaks. Or, try adjusting the strike plate.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011 7:18:58 PM PDT
Dude, just shoot some WD 40 into that baby, that will losen her up! Or, put some grease on the tounge, not yours, the deadbolt's tounge.
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 7, 2013 2:30:42 PM PDT
Yes, the binding is most likely not the lock. Operate the lock with the door open to see if it is smooth. If it is smooth with the door open you need to adjust your latch. If it still binds with the door open, you need to adjust your mounting.
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