Question about Schlage Camelot Fe595 V Cam 716 Keyless Door Lock Bronz
It sounds like the latch is binding on the strike plate. you can do one of two things, move the strike plate up or down to make clearance room, or take a flat file and file down the part of the strike where the latch is getting stuck. put some chalk (chalk line type) on the strike, close the door and then reopen, you should be able to see where the latch is sticking as the chalk will be gone from that part of the latch, this is where you would file.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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The latch houses the retractable part that catches the
striker plate. If the retractable part does not retract far enough, then
possibly that might need to be defective and need to be replaced.
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