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Old 01-07-2016, 08:27 AM   #21
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On the sticking Side Door issue: in addition to aligning the strike plate by loosening those 2 phillips-head screws, my screen door latch wasn't fully retracted when clipped to the side door. I needed to realign the black plastic screen door latch clip that's attached to the door by redrilling the 2 mounting screws a bit lower. NOW my side door opens super smoothly.
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Old 01-07-2016, 10:04 AM   #23
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Do you mean an alternative style of exterior slam latch?
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Old 01-08-2016, 06:18 PM   #25
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Well PLEASE share that part number when you decide. These have got to go.
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Thanks! Can't tell by the description are they metal or plastic? When you installed / replaced did they fit in the existing hole without cutting or modifying the door?
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Metal....Direct replacement for those of you that already have'em....I didn't. I cut my own holes for the install
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There are quite a few products. I have been using Dry Lock a product of 3 in One the oil company. What ends up inside the lock is always a fine dry powder and it lubricates along with prevents corrosion inside.
I agree on the Dry Lock or Dry Slide products to lube locks as WD-40 turns to gum over time that will make tumblers stick. Then you will need a spray solvent sprayed into it to clean out the goo. I believe you will be hard pressed to find a locksmith that recommends WD-40. I've asked before.
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