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Lock Functions

Passage Latch - Both knobs/levers always unlocked. Door latches and can be unlatched by either side by turning the knob/lever. Commonly used on doors that latch but do not need to be locked.

Privacy Lock - Push button locking. Locked by pushing a button on the inside of the knob/ lever. Can be opened from outside with small tool. Unlocked from the inside by turning inside knob/lever which releases push button. Commonly used on bedroom or bathroom doors.

Privacy Lock - Turn button locking. Locked by turning a button on the inside of the knob/lever. Can be opened from the outside with a flat tool. Unlocked from the inside by turning the inside button. Commonly used on bedroom or bathroom doors.

Dummy Knobs/Levers - Are fixed knobs/levers that do not latch. Dummy knobs/levers are attached to the surface of the door and normally do not require any hole in the door to mount them. Commonly used on closet doors and on the inactive door in a pair of doors.

Single Cylinder Deadbolt - A keyed cylinder is provided for the outside and a turn-piece is on the inside. The deadbolt can be locked or unlocked with a key from the outside. The turn-piece allows locking or unlocking without a key from the inside.

Double Cylinder Deadbolt - Keyed cylinders are provided for both the insided and outside of the door. Locking and unlocking can be accomplished only with a key. Using a double cylinder deadbolt should only be used on doors where emergency egress is not needed.

 
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