Can you install dummy knobs on both sides of a door?
A. You could install dummy knobs on both sides of the door. You would just pull the door open rather than twist and pull to unlatch the door. You might wish to install a rolling latch to hold the door shut.
I need a dummy door knob on both sides of the door. I do not want them to turn. There is a hole drilled in the door so I need the cylinder that goes through the hole and attaches to the knobs.
A. Dummy locks will not attach or work with a cylinder or latch.
Hi, I am having trouble taking apart the dummy knob for install. Sounds silly , but isn't the plate supposed t be installed onto the door and then the knob and outside piece slipped on ?
A. The Schlage F170-GEO has installation instructions listed on the product page which will walk you through that installation. You can obtain those instructions by going to the following URL and locating the PDF 'installation guide' which will be on the lef side of the page located under the product details. For those instructions go to http://www.handlesets.com/schlage-f170-geo-georgian-single-dummy-door-knob/p491105.
I have a closet I only need a dummy doorknob for but I want it to close, too. Is there a dummy knob that comes with a plate?
A. You would need a ball catch. For example, Ives 349B.
What are the dimensions on this item?
A. The Schlage F170-GEO is 2 3/16" across and 2 5/16" deep with a 2 3/4" rosette.
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