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Issue: One or both levers don't stay horizontal and droop down.Facts: Falcon T series locks in a high use application.Cause: Weak or broken springs within the springcage.Solution: Replacement sprin...
Falcon has a 10 year warranty for its portfolio of locks.  The new warranty is in effect for all locks purchased since November 1st, 2008Electronics/electrified functions will h...
Grade 1 locks are tested and certified to be in compliance with the following ANSI/BHMA Standards: Cylindrical, Bored and Preassembled Locks & Latches 800,000 Certified Cycles ANSI/...
T381 Classroom Security Lock is not a "true" classroom security / Intruder lock function. The T381 is classified as a ANSI/BHMA F88 function: Defined as Grade 1, Apartment, Exit or Public Toil...
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...
Refer to Table 1 for a list of T lock tailpieces for conventional cylinders.  Table 2 shows IC tailpieces. Table 1: T lock conventional tailpieces Table 2: T lock IC tailpieces
The Falcon T lock will be featuring a new latch on June 10th, 2013.  The Falcon T lock remains a certified Grade 1 lock and is compliant with ANSI / BHMA 156.2-2011.  The revised loc...