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How do I reverse a door handle on a hollow core door so the latch will close from the inside instead of the outside?

I don't know the make of handle but it has a horizontal lever

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Most of the time all you need to do is swap the two handles and flip the latch over so the angled part of the latch is on the other side, so it will self latch when you close the door.

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