M series Cylinder removal

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To remove the knob:  Turn key 45 degrees clockwise Push in catch push pin and pull off knob  
*The older wafer style locks did not use a knob catch.  The chassis must be disassembled before the knob can be removed because it uses the wafer lock chassis spindle.
The S-Series and S200-Series outside keyed spindle was redesigned in September 2008.   For locks manufactured BEFORE September 2008    The S and S200 lever cylinders required cy...
Schlage and Falcon double cylinder deadbolts have concealed screws to prevent tampering. The two methods used to conceal the thru-bolts are using screw caps or a faceplate. Use the below instructio...
The cam screw uses a T-10 and the housing screws use a T-15 driver.
After rotating  the key to unlock the lock, you must return the key to its normal position to remove it. 
Von Duprin KR (key removable) mullions requires a 1-1/8" or 1-1/4" mortise cylinder with the standard straight cam, the cam is not inverted. Please see chart below for part numbers. 
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The KR4023 mullion requires a 1-1/4" mortise cylinder with straight cam. This is stated in box 7 on the first page of the KR4023 mullion instructions.
For cross bores less than 2 1-8" we may need to remove the metal spacer to install the lock. Please follow the steps below.  Step 1. remove the screw that holds the spacer in place. Ste...
 See instructions below.
Yes, glass light can be used or prepped in conjunction with the Von Duprin 94/95 Series INPACT device however there are dimensional limitations between the glass light and the InPact door preparati...
Glass lights available: Standard Glass Lights - The N4, N5 & V lite can be used at standard locations with out any modification. Glass Light Options - Other glass lights are available but ...
Installers have reported that their AD-CO Series cylindrical or mortise locks will unlock whenever the outside lever is lifted.    This will occur if the outside spindle (square post) is install...
Standard 98/99 exit alarm ALK devices are available with cylinder dogging option as of October, 2011. The device can be ordered standard with cylinder dogging and exit alarm ALK opti...
E, T, or H represents knob designs for the Falcon "X" series cylindrical lock. E = Elite T = Troy H = Hana
Falcon replaced its deadbolt offering in 2008 with the D100 and D200 series.  The D800 Grade 2 deadbolt was replaced by the D200 and the D400 Grade 1 deadbolt was replaced by the D100.   The new bo...
  Part compatibility (Old vs new): With the exception of the cylinder, most of the parts are neither backward nor forward compatible.  This includes the deadbolt. The cylinder mechanism for al...
B600-092 is the inside snap-on faceplate for all non-IC double cylinder B562 and B662/762/862 deadbolts.
The part number is: 1461-3071 for the door closer cylinder body.
The 388 Cylinder Control is required for the NL-OP function on a 33A/35A series exit devices. The 110NL is used on 22 and 98/99 series exit devices not 33/35A series devices.
Refer to Table 1 for a list of T lock tailpieces for conventional cylinders.  Table 2 shows IC tailpieces. Table 1: T lock conventional tailpieces Table 2: T lock IC tailpieces
Inside cylinder locks and unlocks the outside trim, such as thumb piece, knob or lever.  Outside cylinder functions as an NL when inside cylinder locks the outside trim.Double cylinder fe...
The 17, 18, & 19 devices use the same dogging assembly part #610480.
We have several blank trims listed in the price book to cover existing trim prep in door.  DEVICE EO TRIM   22  230EO  88  880EO   98/99  990EO or 996EO*  33A/35A Rim, 33/3...
L583-446; Schlage Adams Rite MS modular cam used on 1 1/8", 1 3/8" and 1 5/8" cylinders    L583-447; Schlage Adams Rite MS modular cam used on 1 1/4", 1 1/2" and 1 3/4" cylinders  B502-944; Sch...
The new AL FSIC driver part number is A700-052.  This driver snaps onto the back of the core similar to the ND, as opposed to it being assembled into the lock chassis with a retaining ring.  Th...
The 4110 closer is handed, and will have an "RH" and "LH" on the casting next to the closer shaft. The regulating valves are going to be on the same side as the hand of the closer.
This option is not available as the solenoid is in the mechanism case where the dogging components would go.  An HD-EL solenoid is not available, and Special Dogging(SD) is not an optio...