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*By default, all locks on a single order will operate with the same key unless a different keying option is chosen*
We offer three different keying options: Keyed Alike, Master keyed, and Keyed Differently. If you have any special requests, please contact us at 704-489-2990 or leave a message on your order. We will do our best to accommodate.
When buying entrance door levers and dummy levers, you need to know if you want left-handed levers or right-handed levers. If the product page does not ask you to specify left hand or right hand then they are reversible. To determine which sided levers you need, stand on the outside of your door (keyed side), and look at the side that the door is hinged on. If the door is hinged on the left, it is a left-handed door. If the door is hinged on the right, it is a right-handed door.
A note about Front Door Handlesets with door levers: Even though the lever is on the inside of the house, you still stand outside of the house to determine door handing.
This only applies to select entrance (keyed) levers. Bedroom, bathroom, and closet levers are reversible.
Passage and privacy levers:
Unscrew the two levers by the small metal bar in the small white tool box. Switch the levers and screw back.
Dummy levers (except 836, 838 series):
Unscrew the small set screw on the underside of the lever using the supplied Allen key. Flip left to right or right to left. Flip again from inside to outside. Screw the set screw back. How To Reverse the dummy levers
Front door handles with levers (except 836, 838 levers):
Unscrew the small set screw on the underside of the lever using the supplied Allen key. Flip left to right or right to left. Flip again from inside to outside. Screw the set screw back. How To Reverse the front door levers
What is Backset and how do I determine the backset for a door lock?
Measure from the edge of door to the center of the bore hole or the lock body that you are replacing. Most backsets are either 2-3/8" or 2-3/4".
What is the difference between satin nickel and brushed nickel?
The Satin Nickel finish is nickel plating on brass that has been lacquer coated and made to appear dull. Satin Nickel is sometimes referred to as brushed nickel. It is similar in appearance to brushed stainless.
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