Model # V2012WH

Internet #203654835

Store SKU #181447

Wright Products Heavy Duty Tap N Go Closer in White
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Wright Products

Heavy Duty Tap N Go Closer in White

$17.98 /each

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The Heavy Duty Tap N Go Closer from Wright Products is made of sturdy aluminum so that it can withstand harsh weather conditions and heavy use. Its main feature is a push button hold-open feature that will prove invaluable the times your arms are full and you could use another hand. When you're ready to close the screen door, instead of bending or reaching down, just tap the bottom with your foot to release the door.

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  • Fits all brands of storm doors
  • Heavy duty capacity
  • Hands-free feature
  • Also available in black

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Rod won't go back in cylinder--even when pressure is applied. Is this a common malfunction ??

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July 18, 2016
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Take it part way off the door by taking the pin out of the top where the piston hooks to the door (not the jamb). Leave the piston still connected to the jamb connection. Pull on the pistion as far as it will go and it will disconnect. Keep holding on to the piston and SLOWLY let the rod go back into the piston. If you just let go of it it could be dangerous.
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Take it part way off the door by taking the pin out of the top where the piston hooks to the door (not the jamb). Leave the piston still connected to the jamb connection. Pull on the pistion as far as it will go and it will disconnect. Keep holding on to the piston and SLOWLY let the rod go back into the piston. If you just let go of it it could be dangerous.
Your best bet really is to take it back and get the old fashioned type. Read Less
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December 28, 2015
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Hello Gloria, to get your door to close; give your door a quick push further open. By giving your door a quick push further open it gives the rod a small tug and then the rod releases back into the closer. The button only locks the door it does not release it. If your Tap N Go is not on your door; the easiest way to get the rod to release is to attach the rod into the jamb bracket. Make sure your hand is Read More
Hello Gloria, to get your door to close; give your door a quick push further open. By giving your door a quick push further open it gives the rod a small tug and then the rod releases back into the closer. The button only locks the door it does not release it. If your Tap N Go is not on your door; the easiest way to get the rod to release is to attach the rod into the jamb bracket. Make sure your hand is off the button and give the cylinder a quick pull. This will release the rod into the closer. Read Less
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Where is the adjusting screw to control the speed of closing?

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August 5, 2016
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KM-Yes, there are 2 closing speed adjustments on your V2012 door closer. The first adjustment is located on the end of the cylinder. This adjustment will determined how fast or slow your door closes from fully open up until the last 6" of your door close. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to slow down the close or counter-clockwise to speed it up. The second adjustment will determine how fast or slow Read More
KM-Yes, there are 2 closing speed adjustments on your V2012 door closer. The first adjustment is located on the end of the cylinder. This adjustment will determined how fast or slow your door closes from fully open up until the last 6" of your door close. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to slow down the close or counter-clockwise to speed it up. The second adjustment will determine how fast or slow the last 6" of the close is. There are 2 holes in your Jamb bracket. Connect the rod to the jamb bracket in the hole furthest from your door jamb. If a slower close is preferred then remove the rod and relocate it into the hole closest to the door jamb. Have a great day! Read Less
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Which is it? Does the button hold or release the door?

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The descriptions says it releases the door; the answer to the first question says it holds it. Assuming it releases the door, how far open do I have to push it to get it to hold?
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July 25, 2016
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Phil-If you want your door into a lock open position, tap the button. Give your door a quick push further open to release the door back into the closed position. Thank you!
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Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by You'll be sorry! Like a lot of other reviewers, mine got stuck open when used to prop open the door. I finally got the rod to go back in to the closer but I'm afraid to use it to prop open the door in the future, so what's the point of having it? I'm going to the cheaper model with the old fashioned friction washer concept. July 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Adjustment of closing speed too difficult The "tap n go" feature is handy, and works well, but feels like it might be getting ready to fail, after only 3 months of use. Also, like a closer that WalMart offers at less than half this price, it's closing speed adjustment is VERY touchy: although the closing speed adjustment screw turns at least 3 full times, there's a mere 20 degree window of adjustment wherein the door goes from not closing AT ALL, to slamming shut. Even AFTER painstakingly adjusting it, the door STILL swings shut freely that last foot or so. It might be necessary to go to a much more expensive and heavier-duty a unit, if you want your door to shut quietly. October 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked as expected. no problems Easy to install. Since I was replacing existing closer, I didn't have to drill new holes or mount brackets. I wanted this for the one tap hold open feature. August 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of time This closer stinks. The first Wright closer I purchased stopped working after one month, so I took it back and bought the heavy duty more expensive one. This one does not work at all. DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM THIS COMPANY!!!! I don't even want to give them a star at all. May 31, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by keep looking Adjustment is very touchy and, worst of all, I can't even open the screen door a full 90 degrees. Even approaching anything above 45 degrees requires much more effort than opening a screen door should require. I have another brand on our (much heavier) glass storm door that opens considerably further and without feeling like I'm forcing it open. DO NOT BUY. June 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Another new design failure Another fine example of the many things that is supposed to be a better design but falls way short. Do not do it to yourself. Stay far away from it. Go with the regular old fashioned type, it is superior. May 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Adjustment is terrible - use the lighter unit Like a prior review stated the closing adjustment is terrible. The door either won't close or slams shut. I have a fairly heavy glass door and returned this unit for the lighter duty TAP N GO and the lighter unit works perfectly. January 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent, Heavy Duty, Great Value This door closer is infinitely adjustable and the mounting hardware is sup-heavy duty. Plus the click-to-hold-open feature is way better than the old-style flange. It's a great one-handed innovation. Finally, the closer is well-finished and clean-looking. June 8, 2013
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