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Removing an exterior doorknob with no screws. I can get the lever part off but can't remove the backplate by just prying. Appears to be a tiny "spring" holding it on.

Look for a little divet to pry if not its most likely joined internally try un screwing the actual backplate itself

Sep 02, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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How to remove a parker screwless doorknob

There should be a spring clip between handle & door-panel-you can pop them with a small flatblade screwdriver or they sell door handle clip removers at all auto parts stores-Good Luck-JT

Nov 04, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I remove my Doorknob

break it off or replace the whole door

Sep 04, 2014 | Locks & Locksmithing

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Cifial doorknob

I never seen a doorknob on a laptop before, I would love it if you post a picture.

Aug 26, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Cifial doorknob

You could use a needle.

Aug 26, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Kwikset bedroom doorknob does not have exposed screws

It is very difficult thing to do it on your own and for this you need to follow the manual instructions provided in the website locksmith in san francisco or you may contact the locksmith professional as well.

Nov 14, 2013 | Kwikset Locks & Locksmithing

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I have an exterior screwless doorknob that I need to remove. The faceplate on the inside knob that covers the screws is also covering the little pin that removes the knob. Is there another way to remove...

There is the 3rd version of the Kwikset exterior door set. The interior face plate is removed and on each side of the base plate has small slots with a lever on either side that need to be moved to the other end of the slot. The whole interior knob assembly with come off.

Dec 23, 2011 | Kwikset Locks & Locksmithing

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How to put the striker from a door knob kit back together

i can help you with that...just follow this steps...
1.Remove the old doorknob by taking out the screws that hold it in. You will have to remove the striker separately by removing the screws that hold the strike plate in place on the outside edge of the door. Slide the striker out.
Take the new doorknob, striker, and strike plate out of the packaging and look for the directions. (Most doorknobs are installed in the same way, but there are always exceptions.)

Slide the striker bar into the hole. Insert the screws into the striker plate and tighten.

ake the two halves of the doorknob, and place the one with the male end through the hole in the striker bar. Place the female side of the doorknob on the other side of the door and make sure that it lines up with the male end. Slide the two together. Screw the knob together using the two long screws that came with the doorknob. Make sure that the screws are tight. Make sure that you have the lock facing the right direction. You want the locking mechanism on the inside of the house or room.

Test your work before you shut the door. Make sure that both sides of the door knob turn and the striker bar goes back and forth.


Dec 01, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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The key still goes easily into the doorknob

can be easy as wd-40 squirt of oil. try that first... then on to more drastic measures

Dec 13, 2009 | Schlage BE365-CAM BE365CAM620 Antique...

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Doorknob sticks in 'lock' position-but no real 'lock' feature

If this is the lock part itself,try gradually loosening install screw enough to be able to manuver lock to work and if so slowly tighten as you test each time gradually. Please clarify problem more if need to.

Mar 12, 2009 | Top Knobs M826 Door Pull

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