How to install a Schlage Custom™ Combined Interior lock
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Here are all the steps you need to follow to properly install your new hardware in just a few minutes.
With a wide range of architecurally-inspired styles featuring a premium designer look and feel with concealed screws and low profile trim, Schlage Custom Door Hardware is out top-of-the-line offering that allows you to create the perfect customized look to elevate your home's style.
Schlage Custom combined interior door hardware offers both hall/closet and bed/bath functionality in one lock. From nursery to bedroom to home office, you can adapt to the ever-changing life of a room by switching from one function to another. Simply insert the locking pin on the interior side of the lock to enable locking for bedrooms and bathrooms.
Installation is easy and Schlage Custom hardware is guaranteed to fit on standard doors. You'll only need two tools to complete the job - a tape measure and a screwdriver. Before we get started, be sure your door is properly drilled and aligned with this door prep checklist.
Door hardware parts checklist
Emergency unlock tool: This tool can be used if your lock is set to privacy and is ever accidentally locked. Be sure to keep this tool some place handy.
1You'll begin by first installing the strike. Secure the strike to the door frame using the two short screws.
4If you're using the round corner faceplate, be sure that the angled beveled side is facing the door frame and slide the latch into place and secure with the two remaining short screws.
6Place the interior chassis on the other side of the door and secure with the long chassis screws, being careful not to overtighten them.
Testing the lock
2To disengage the lock, simply turn the lever on the interior side to unlock.