From: Stormin Mormon on
Next time you do. Please try to reverse the handing of the lock
by twisting the exterior knob 180 degrees (leave the cylinder
in). Then put it all back together. Uh, er, I mean TRY to put it
back together.

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"SMS" <scharf.steven(a)geemail.com> wrote in message
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> Stormin Mormon wrote:
> > Guess that makes TWO guys who have never worked on a Kwikset
knob
> > lock?
>
> Actually I've worked on them extensively, doing re-keying at
least three
> times in my house, and once at someone elses house. I just
never ran
> into this situation.


From: Stormin Mormon on
Beat to death, and starting to turn to glue.

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Christopher A. Young
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<thecanns(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> Has this horse been beat to death yet?
>


From: MsMonarchdancer on
On 17 Jan 2007 17:51:06 -0800, goma865 wrote:
> Which hand is closer to the knob/lever?
> If left hand-It is a left hand door
> If right hand-it is a right hand door
> If the door opens outward in either case-it is reverse.

I'm confused.

In this thread, people already previously said the handedness was simply a
matter of where the hinges are. If the hinges are on the right, it's a
right hand door. If the hinges are on the left, it's a left hand door. Or
so I was told.

Is that not true?
Does it really depend on whether the door opens outward or inward?
From: Roger Cann on
on some locks... rh, lh, lhr, & rhr... on some locks and strikes it
matters.. not on a Kwikset and rarely if ever a deadbolt!
Roger
<MsMonarchdancer(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
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> On 17 Jan 2007 17:51:06 -0800, goma865 wrote:
>> Which hand is closer to the knob/lever?
>> If left hand-It is a left hand door
>> If right hand-it is a right hand door
>> If the door opens outward in either case-it is reverse.
>
> I'm confused.
>
> In this thread, people already previously said the handedness was simply a
> matter of where the hinges are. If the hinges are on the right, it's a
> right hand door. If the hinges are on the left, it's a left hand door. Or
> so I was told.
>
> Is that not true?
> Does it really depend on whether the door opens outward or inward?


From: Steve on

"Stormin Mormon" <cayoung61-&spamblock*-@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Beat to death, and starting to turn to glue.
>
> --

Then considering you were the first to respond to it why didn't you just
give a useful answer the first time you responded? Come to think of it I
still haven't seen you tell them how to get it apart and here you are still
on the damn thread.