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Internet #202634949

Prime-Line Heavy Duty Non-Handed Security Door Mortise Lock Insert
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Prime-Line

Heavy Duty Non-Handed Security Door Mortise Lock Insert

$35.59 /each

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This mortise lock insert is constructed from heavy duty diecast. It features a non-handed design with a reverse latchbolt for left or right hand applications. This mortise lock is designed for use with K 5057 or K 5092 security door mortise sets.

  • Heavy duty diecast construction
  • Non-handed design
  • Reverse latchbolt for left or right-hand application
  • Used with K-5057 and K-5092

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November 6, 2013
AS I read the specifications on where the hole are located, I find this replacement lock that is displayed as having the numbers reversed as I have measured mine. It seems that the back set numbers are actually coming from the front side of my lock as it was built. could this actually be incorrectly displayed with the dimension locations as back set - the lock I have matches the over all dimensions of the lock displayed and the dimension on the location for the screw holes for mounting inside security screen door. I actually called the manufacture Company and really got no where on this - any help would be great-full- if you purchase one of these locks did you have different dimensions on the original one?
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Hello Jimmer2,
Thank you for bringing this discrepancy to our attention, regarding the error in our line drawing dimension’s points of measure. You are correct in your findings; the 1-3/16 inch and 1-1/4 inch backset dimensions are measured from the front of the lock towards the back. The drawing is being revised and will be re-uploaded to correct this error. Thanks again for the opportunity to provide Read More
Hello Jimmer2,
Thank you for bringing this discrepancy to our attention, regarding the error in our line drawing dimension’s points of measure. You are correct in your findings; the 1-3/16 inch and 1-1/4 inch backset dimensions are measured from the front of the lock towards the back. The drawing is being revised and will be re-uploaded to correct this error. Thanks again for the opportunity to provide better service to the consumers of our products. Read Less
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not the discribed product Description calls for a "Prime-LineHeavy Duty Non-Handed Security Door Mortise Lock Insert" Reversibility is virtually impossible. The enclosed instructions give detailed guidance, however the product does not match the pictures or parts. An expensive Pain. July 28, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Reversible latchcholt seemed like a good idea, but not really. While the reversible latchbolt seems like a great idea, in reality it is not. In order to reverse the latchbolt you have to unscrew the entire lock insert and as soon as you unscrew the last screw the cover pops off and the tiny springs shoot across the room. The next 20 minutes are spent trying to find the springs and then 20 minutes are spent trying to get the springs back in where they belong. Once you have done that installation is really easy and it is less expensive to replace the lock insert than the entire lock. I am hoping this lock lasts longer than the first one, as it only lasted 5 years. I would expect a lock to last pretty much forever, and that would include the insert. September 27, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement locking mech My old screen door lock was hard to turn and lock or unlock. On further inspection the metal in the the slide bolt mech was worn out. I replaced it with this and it works like new now. One note and the reason it didn't get five stars is because you may have to drill another hole for the sheet metal screw on the face plate. On mine the here's we're not exact as the old one. April 16, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Was exact replacement. Reversing latchbolt was a little more difficult than expected. However I got it done after a few minuets. Reinstalled with no problem. January 10, 2012
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