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I purchased the F60 Schlage Addison for one of my new front doors. What is the dummy counterpart to this for my other stationery door?
A. The dummy is Schlage F392-ADD
I'm trying to figure out if this dummy set F92-ADD is the companion to the F58-ADD
A. Thank you for your question. The Schlage F92-ADD is the dummy counterpart for the F58-ADD single cylinder handleset.
I have double front doors and want to use the Schlage Addison handle set for my front doors. One door is actually a locking set and I would use F58-ADD for that door. The interior companion set I want to use is Flair, or item number F59-FLA. My question is the following: how do I determine whether I need a RH or LH Flair handle? I know the door with the working lock is a RH in-swing door. Do I go with a RH-designated F59 item because I have a RH in-swing door? Or does the LH/RH designation for the handle indicate which hand I use to actully turn the lever (in which case I'd need F59-FLA-LH)?
A. The interior pack of the handleset is determined by the handleset itself. When outside the door, looking at it, if the hinges are on the right side, you will need a right handed lever. So, the proper interior pack for a right handed handleset would be the RH, for right handed.
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