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Old 10-31-2015, 09:46 AM   #11
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I broke the plastic tab that slides the small screen door on the interior door. Does anyone know the replacement part number for this? They also make a door handle you can screw into the interior screen door that will help open/close the doors. I have the 23IKSS and have experienced the same issues with the latch adjustment.

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Old 10-31-2015, 05:16 PM   #12
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"I broke the plastic tab that slides the small screen door on the interior door. Does anyone know the replacement part number for this?"

I attached a small drawer/cabinet knob with a machine screw through a hole in the small screen frame. A lot more substantial than the original plastic loop and seems to provide a smoother slide. Just take some time to properly locate the knob to prevent interference or damage to the screen.

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Old 11-01-2015, 07:28 AM   #13
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That Plastic handle is not there to be used to close the doors,,,
It is only there to latch & unlatch the screen door !!!
I like the OLD TTs where the 2 doors were held together by a magnet !!!
No plastic latches !!! And YES on the White Lithium !!!
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Old 11-01-2015, 08:11 AM   #14
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I think I may know what you are referring to. I believe the tab on the outer door is out of adjustment. I have had to readjust mine. Sometimes when you open the outer door the screen grabs and separates because the latch on it doesn't clear the door jamb. And, sometimes when you open the door from the inside the screen doesn't travel with the outer door. On mine, FR set that tab as low as it could go but, you could see that the latch stuck out from the screen door handle/mechanism. I ended up drilling a couple shallow 1/16" holes in the outer door where that elongated slotted tab was positioned. The net effect was to push the screen door handle down further(when both sections are coupled) I only moved those holes about 3/8" further down( about the length of the slot). Now the latch is pretty much recessed when both doors are coupled together. Now the screen door doesn't grab and stays with the outer door.
Thanks had the same problem and did your fix, it has never worked better a BIG thank-you....
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Old 11-05-2015, 03:55 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by rlocicero View Post
Trimark 2297401 door lever latch

I had the plastic ones and they snapped. I replaced them with the Trimark metal handles mentioned above. I got them on Ebay.
do you have the link to the seller or item? My nephew snapped ours off this weekend.


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