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Defiant

Model TGX230

Internet #202053156

Store SKU #883767

Hartford Satin Nickel Passage Knob

$9.97 /each
  • Reversible for use with right and left swing doors
  • ANSI Grade 3 rated for residential interior applications
  • Protected by a lifetime limited manufacturer warranty
Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Aged Bronze
  • Satin Nickel

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Affordably outfit latching interior doors with this knob set from Defiant. The Hartford Satin Nickel Passage Knob easily mounts to doors 1-1/4 in. to 2 in. thick with the included hardware, perfect for residential doorways where locking is not needed. It features adjustable backsets and interchangeable faceplates for drive-in and traditional installations. The sturdy doorknob nicely coordinates with other satin nickel plumbing and lighting fixtures in your home for a cohesive look. A lifetime limited warranty ensures the durability of this device for long-term use.

  • Latch features an adjustable backset to fit 2-3/8 in. or 2-3/4 in. spans (template included)
  • Compatible with doors 1-1/4 in. to 2 in. thick
  • Latch features a radius faceplate or can be easily converted to a drive-in style
  • Mounting hardware included; installs easily with just a Phillips screwdriver
  • Finish complements other satin nickel plumbing and lighting fixtures in your home
  • Passage handle set includes 2 knobs—1 for each side of the door
  • Always unlocked for ease of entry; great for closet, hall, attic or basement doors
  • Available in other finishes
  • Don't forget your door stops and wall protectors

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Clarification: Which side should the screws go on? Inside room or outside the room

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I have purchased over 20 of these to begin the fun job of changing my knobs to the satin. Really like the mushroom style; however, on my old interior doors there was an open circle in the middle that allowed you to open the door with a "special key" if the door was accidentally locked.

- Does this door have this feature?

- Which leads me to my next question, Should the screws face inside the room or to the outside of the room?
*RECOMMENDED IMPROVEMENTS: 1) Having the screws exposed is kind of an eye score compared to the old style of interior handles. Also, I had to double check to make sure that the install was correct by reviewing you video, it does slow you down some to have to screw at an angle, again another reason to have the cover plate cover the screws for appearance and ease of installation.
2) I installed in less than 5min. but wanted to double check the proper placement of the screws on the faceplate (inside room or outside of room?) This should be added to instructions/video also. Thanks.
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Seaford, VA
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August 31, 2016
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for a closet door installation I prefer to put the screws on the inside of the closet so that I do not see them when in the room. Since there is no lock it doesn't affect the function of the door knob.
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The screws go on the inside of the room so someone can't break in if you have the door locked, but they can use a "key" from the outside.
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screws should go on inside of an exterior door for security reasons , on a interior door its not that important but the correct way would be the inside of the door
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Screws go on the inside of room so that it looks nice and clean on the outside. If you purchase the locking interior knobs that match they have a new system to unlock it from the other side. It is not a hole like you are use to, it is a slot that you can put a coin in and turn to unlock. It is much much easier to unlock than the hole system was. And you never have to worry about losing your "key" because Read More
Screws go on the inside of room so that it looks nice and clean on the outside. If you purchase the locking interior knobs that match they have a new system to unlock it from the other side. It is not a hole like you are use to, it is a slot that you can put a coin in and turn to unlock. It is much much easier to unlock than the hole system was. And you never have to worry about losing your "key" because you can always find some change. Read Less
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Inside
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January 2, 2015
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The screws should be on the inside of the door, this is for all door locks. The unlocking feature on the exterior is a "button" with a slot cut in it. Just use a coin, knife blade, flat blade screw driver, anything that will fit the slot and turn to unlock the door. These locks are for privacy not security. Having the slot reduces the time to unlock the door in case of an emergency, say toddlers or the Read More
The screws should be on the inside of the door, this is for all door locks. The unlocking feature on the exterior is a "button" with a slot cut in it. Just use a coin, knife blade, flat blade screw driver, anything that will fit the slot and turn to unlock the door. These locks are for privacy not security. Having the slot reduces the time to unlock the door in case of an emergency, say toddlers or the elderly having an accident while behind the locked door....one does not have to search for the "special key" or an appropriate tool to unlock the door. They just turn the button on the exterior of the door.
Step number six (6) on the instruction sheet gives a graphic of the interior knob, showing the screws. The shape of the knob causes the angle needed to attach the knobs on the interior. Our suggestion is to start the screws with your fingers and screw in as far as you can before using the screw driver to finish up the task.
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Striker Included

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hi I can not tell if this pack includes the door strike?
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yes.
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Yes
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Yes the strike plate is included
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July 6, 2015
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I'm not sure what you are referring to. But all locks come with ALL parts needed to install in a new door or replace all parts of an old knob being replaced. If you return to the website and watch the video attached to all of the Defiant items, it will show you everything that is included in each package. Just be aware, it will show keys, but that is for a keyed entry lock or deadbolt only. Passage and Read More
I'm not sure what you are referring to. But all locks come with ALL parts needed to install in a new door or replace all parts of an old knob being replaced. If you return to the website and watch the video attached to all of the Defiant items, it will show you everything that is included in each package. Just be aware, it will show keys, but that is for a keyed entry lock or deadbolt only. Passage and Privacy knob/levers do not have keys. Read Less
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Can I replace my room door knobs that have a keyed lock with a passage knob with no lock? I'm tired of guests locking the door

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yes. door knobs sold as 'closet' do not have a lock so you can install them on your door and your guests cannot lock your door.
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I don't know if I would want to give you an unqualified yes, but if we are speaking of this particular vendor/model, then yes.
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December 28, 2015
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Yes. The entry locks are the same measurements as the passage locks. If your door has the proper hole measurements and the proper thickness, any of our door locks will be able to be installed on the door.
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Can the entry sets and handle sets be keyed alike?

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Defiant brand entry and handle with deadbolt.
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no. The key for this type of door is not like a key for an exterior door. The key for an interior door looks like an allen wrench. Interior doors all use the same type of 'key'.
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for this particular door knob there is a standard 'key' that matches all the other locks of the same style. I installed 6 door knobs and they the same key.
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August 20, 2015
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If purchase them in the store or have your dotcom order delivered to the store, the hardware associate can key one to match the other. They cannot be shipped keyed the same.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by looks good I purchased several door knobs. No problems with the lot. Easy to install and it looks good. August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Full Rehab Just finished a full rehab of a single family home...these doorknobs were the cheapest on the shelf...they look good and work great..easy to install July 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Do not fit older three hole doors if you need to upgrade a lock on an old door with three small holes, do not use this one. The center portion of the lock does not fit into the smaller center hole and requires re-drilling. May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by An excellent choice for my application I specifically selected these knobs by this manufacturer for my application on a basis of quality for the cost. In this application appearance was very important, and they had to look a lot like the existing knobs already in place. I found that the installation was a bit easier than I had anticipated, and the quality a bit better than I had expected for such a low price. So not only am I very pleased with these doorknobs, but more important my customer is also quite pleased with them. Since my business is only advertised by happy satisfied customers I say this selection was a very good choice. An additional benefit is that there is adequate stock i the store, so more are always available. March 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Price was right! The durability of the "finish" is my main concern and that will take more time to evaluate. We all like the looks of the installed product. May 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Life Changer For years I have been trying to securely open and close my door, but time and time again I was unsuccessful. I heard about this product from a friend and I had to try it for myself. The packaging was difficult to access. I had to use this other product called "scissors" to get past the plastic like covering that was encasing item. After gaining access to the product it fit perfectly in the gaping hole in my door, that I thought was just so I could see who was outside. All the pieces fit together nicely and the whole project took me about five minutes. I have since installed all of these "door knobs" through out my home. It's really nice to know that when I close my door it will stay closed. The really neat thing is when I want to open my door I just have to turn the knob left or right and gently push or pull the knob towards me and I can exit the room I was in. This product is great and I highly recommend it to anyone that might own a door. July 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very happy We been replacing our brass knobs with these knobs in satin nickel. The installation is a breeze. They work and look great. We will be buying more of these. April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy install I bought these to match the new bedroom door locks I had installed and they look beautiful. Installation is quick as a breeze, very easy to do. It gave my makeover the 'icing on the cake'. Love them! February 10, 2016
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