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New schlage deadbolt stuck in locked position

Schlage deadbolt is 1 month old. Locking it with a partial turn is okay but I turned lock with key completely clockwise until it "clicked" : then it impossible to open with key from outside.
Alignment and strike plate are okay.

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Make sure that the tang from the lock side actually engage the mechanism in other side of the door. If the tang is too short or not engaged the lock will not work. Also check that the two screws connecting the lock to the other side is actually tight.

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