Master Lock DSO0612P Single Cylinder Deadbolt, Aged Bronze by Master Lock
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- Master Lock DSO0612P Single Cylinder Deadbolt, Aged Bronze
- Aged Bronze
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Exclusive silvabond antimicrobial protected finish;Backset adjusts from 2-3/8-inch to 2-3/4-inch to fit standard door preps;Full 1-inch throw bolt resists forced entry attacks;Aged bronze finish;Includes complete instructions for easy installation
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This device installs two different ways, you can either replace an existing lock and install the blank plate on the opposite side of the door to cover the hole. Or, you can simply drill a new hole only deep enough to install this bolt, and have a clean door surface remain on one side.
My only two complaints with the product are:
1. Mine arrived missing the small piece that allows it to be installed with a clean door surface. This is not a big deal, as I'm sure a replacement lock would come with the needed piece.
2. You need to drill a rather large hole to install this device. I don't have the instructions handy, but it is a roughly 2" diameter hole (the same size hole used to install normal deadbolts and latches). I understand why the product was designed this way (to fit existing holes in doors), but it could have been designed to only need the 1" diameter hole in the edge of the door, and two screw holes in the face of the door.
Mortice door bolts that do not require a ~2" installation hole appear to be more popular in the UK. My search for the perfect bolt continues, but if you already have a door bored for standard locks, this is a very well made product, it just feels very smooth in its operation.
Otherwise, for use in a pre-drilled door this item seems perfect with smooth action.
To modify lock to actually work one-sided, I used a reamer to slightly enlarge the through-holes to accept stainless 10-32tpi tee nuts, which i filed slightly to clear the moving parts. Be sure they fit snuggly, or you won't be able to tighten or ever remove the turn screw onto the door. I'll probably use a thread lubricant to help tighten without as much torque on the tee nut.
Since this piece is missing, you MUST drill a hole through both the interior AND exterior side of the side.
The instructions indicate the product comes with this latch plate.
I called the manufacturer and they indicated this latch plate part is no longer produced by them and admitted the instructions were out of date.
The lock is a great lock, but I'm baffled that such an oversight can be made. It makes the lock less secure this way.
May you always be safe from thieving psychopaths or the desperately poor.