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I can not get off the face plate of my lock, i

I can not get off the face plate of my lock i took the screw off is the plate a twist off?

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The 2 screws in the back on the lever side and the one screw below under the button, If it is stuck with paint, whack it with a hammer.It doesn't twist off, it should pull straight out. Check it out.

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First determine the code you want to use; find the tweezers and spare red and blue tumblers if you are going to change the length of your code. The factory-set code is 5 digits. You can only use each key once and the C key cannot be included in your 4-6 digit long code. Next you need to disassemble the lock with the lock kept horizontal during the recoding process. If the lock has been installed, you need to uninstall it from the door. Remove the two mounting screws from the interior face plate. Then separate the exterior section from the spindle connecting it to the interior face plate. If the lock has not been installed or the previous step is done, remove the adapter plate from the back of the digital lock (exterior plate) if it is fitted on the unit. Next remove the four red screws that hold the back plate onto the lock and remove the backplate. Press and hold the C button at the lower left (as viewed from the back where the tumblers are) below the most of the other keys on the faceplate. With the tweezers, remove tumblers and put a red tumbler in the spots corresponding to your new code. Put a blue tumbler in the all of the other spots. Make sure that the color side is up and that the square cutout is facing the side of the lock. (Thus on the right side keys, the square cut faces right and on the left keys, it faces to the left.) When all of the tumblers are in place, release the C button. Test your code and check that it works after replacing the backplate and adapter plate but before putting the lock on the door. Save the tweezers and additional tumblers for future code changes.

The directions for resetting the code on any Lockwood Digital Lock are provided in the service manual here: http://www.lockweb.com.au/Local/AU/Technical%20Downloads/Lockwood/Mechanical%20Digital%20Locks/530%20Digital%20DX/Lockwood%20DX%20Digital%20Service%20Manual.pdf . Other details for the lock installation are available here: http://www.lockweb.com.au/en/site/lockweb/Lockwood-Products/?productId=948353 .

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On the inside of the door, the lock has a trim ring around it. Look for a slot on the ring, place a flat screw driver into the slot and twist the screw driver to remove the trim ring.

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Put an ordinary foot on. There's a clamping screw at the back of the part that has twisted round. The head of the screw faces towards the right of the machine (towards the hand wheel). Get a decent screwdriver and loosen the clamping screw a little. Turn the part round so that the sides of the feet are precisely parallel to the slots in the needle plate. Retighten the clamping screw.

Try not to let the misaligned part slide up or down which it will if you slacken the clamping screw too much. It's at the right height when the little lever you use to hold the foot in place has engaged about one third to one half it's length on the lump on the side of the foot at the top.

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How to tighten up a loose face plate of a Kwikset Deadbolt door lock. This specific deadbolt lock doesn't have screws on either side. The face plate is so loose that I can spin it clockwise but it never...


The exterior faceplate is not the thing that fastens to the door, it just supports the lock cylinder and covers the hole in the wood. Inside the door the cylinder has a thin plate with two screws going from the inner door surface into the back of the part you put the key into. Removing the big nightlatch block you will see a metal tang on the inside sticking out. The two screws will be just to the left and right of the tang and so you can draw the lock cylinder inward from there, which will squeeze the outside faceplate bezel into the front door surface. These are great locks, I am installing one from the 1940's which even opens up to let you reverse the bolt angle and make the door open outwards if you want to for big industrial shop doors.

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Hi, on the VW Jetta 2006 to 2009, the cabin filter is underneath the glove box so lay down on the floor and look under to see the 2 plastic screws. Access is gained by removing two plastic screws and gently pulling down a piece of foam insulation. Once the insulation is removed you can see the filter 8 inch long by 2 inch wide black plastic face plate. You must slide the face plate toward the passenger side door.

The face plate will now come off and the filter will still be inside and you will have to pull it down. Debris will come out onto the floor mat below. Insert the new cabin filter, put the face plate back up an slide toward he drivers side to lock in place. Replace the insulation, re-screw the 2 screws, and you're back in business with fresh air and clean hands besides!

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Hello,(1)Open the door and remove the two screws in the door lock latch plate on the edge of the door by backing them out with a Phillips screwdriver in a counter clockwise direction.
(2)Remove the two screws (located on the interior lock face plate)holding both halves of the lock assembly to the door by backing them out with a Phillips screwdriver in a counter clockwise direction,pull each side of the lock assembly from the door,using a flat blade screwdriver to pry them off if needed. (3)Pry the latch bolt out of the door by inserting the edge of a flat blade screwdriver under the latch plate on the edge of the door.slide the latch assembly out and set aside.(4)Insert the new latch assembly into the hole left by the old latch bolt.Trim the recessed opening with a sharp chisel if the new lock latch plate is larger than the old latch plate.Secure the latch to the door with the two screws provided by turning them in a clockwise direction with a Phillips screwdriver.(5)Hold both side of the new lock assembly to the holes in the faceof the door.Line up the shaft from the lock cylinder into the slotted hole in the latch assembly.Make sure the lock face plate with the screw holes is facing the inside.Attach the lock assembly to the door by turning in the screws with a Phillips screwdriver in clockwise direction.(6)Remove the old striker plate from the door jamb by backing out the two screws with a Phillips screwdriver in a counter clockwise direction.Install the striker plate that came with lock kit with the screws provided using a Phillips screwdriver in clockwise direction.
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  1. Step 1 Remove the cover plates, or roses, from around your doorknob handles. They are typically not fastened, so you will simply need to slide them away from the door using your hands. If they are on too tightly, try twisting them to loosen them up. Not all lock sets will have these plates, so don't worry if yours does not. They are simply for aesthetics.
  2. Step 2 Unscrew the two screws that are holding the lock in place. These will typically be on the inside of your home. You can dispose of these screws once they are removed as your new lock will come with appropriate fasteners.
  3. Step 3 Grasp one doorknob in each hand and slowly pull them apart until they are removed from the door.
  4. Step 4 You have an option to now remove and replace the backset (the piece that sticks out from the side of the door and catches in the striker plate). Purely optional unless the new lock is a different manufacturer and does not work with the new lock.
  5. Step 5 Remove your lock from the package. Make sure that the side with the keyhole (exterior door) is on the correct side of the door (outside of the home/room). Slide the two knobs together so that the spindles on one half of the lock connect with the holes on the other half. Push them toward the door until they are flush with the face of the door.
  6. Step 6 Install the two set screws that come with the lock. The location for these screws will be marked on the lock package.
  7. Step 7 Push the cover plates (roses) flush to the door to finish the installation. Not all lock sets will have these plates, so don't worry if yours does not. They are simply for aesthetics.
  8. I hope this helps and good luck.

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