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The Schlage AL-Series SFIC locks require one (1) small format spacer (D500-000) for 7-pin cores and two (2) small format spacers for 6-pin cores.  When these spacers are not ins...
AL-Series and discontinued D Lever-Series locks use castle nuts to hold the chassis to the spring cages and to keep the chassis positioned in the door. This causes confusion at times when the lock ...
The AL-Series has four distinguishable parts that can help in lock identification.     1.   The AL-Series will have a castle nut holding the chassis on the ...
Changing the plunger assembly on the AL-Series requires disassembling the chassis.  Refer to Plunger Assembly Instructions for guidance.
Incorrect timing of the lock can cause the outside lever to retract the latch when raised up.  See instructions here (Step 16 and 17) to time a T351, T381, T561, and T571.  Also applies to the same...
To verify the timing on a T561, function test the outside lever after locking it.  To lock the key should only rotate 180 degrees (Not 360 degrees as Schlage does) A properly timed lock will n...
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The indicator on a cylindrical hotel lock is a small pin that projects outward from the face of the cylinder plug (Figure 1) when the inside push button is depressed.  When this pin is pr...
The release delay time for the Chexit is programmed into the Chexit module and cannot be changed in the field. The Chexit module would need to be replaced to reduce the release time of the Che...