Creissant Faure Door Knob May 23rd, 2018 - 10:40:15
The first thing to do is to break open the new door knob and make sure all the necessary parts are there. You will find a list of them on the instruction page. Once you are sure the set is complete it is time to take the old one apart. Open the door and using the Phillips screwdriver remove the two screws holding the door closing mechanism in place. This is the metallic piece that sticks out of the door and is drawn inside the door when the knob is turned. Now take a look at the side of the door that does not have the lock the one that is on the inside side of the door.
The first thing to do is to go out and get the new door knob pick the one you like even if it is different to the ones you already have around the house. The mechanism in all of them works in much the same way and their fit on the door is standard. You will need a flat and a Phillips screw driver ( the Phillips screw driver is the one that has a round star shaped tip) and maybe a small hammer. The process of changing the door knob is simple and easy to do because all you will be doing is exchanging one for the other.
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I am sure that if you follow these simple instructions and keep an eye on the diagram included with your new door knob you will have no problems you might even enjoy yourself doing some handyman work. My name is Cesar Batres. Through life I have had to learn how to do many things by myself instead of having someone do them for me. After many years of learning and doing I can say that I have saved a lot of money in the process and have also learned all kinds of useful things it is my desire to share these with you in simple easy to follow instructions.