key retracts latch but not deadbolt

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The L9466 Store/Utility Room lock can provide this functionality. Operation: Latchbolt retracted by knob/lever either side. Deadbolt thrown or retracted by key from either side. When the deadbolt ...
The Von Duprin 7500 mortise lock body ships in the NL mode.  Either the function of 7500 lock body has not been changed to the Classroom function or the NL Drive screw is not all the way down. Step...
  Tips for changing the function: The NL Drive screw will not be visible when lock body is set to Classroom function There is locktite on the screw that makes it seem like its turned down enou...
The 98/99 rim and vertical rod exit devices are shipped with NL drive screw to function as a Night Latch. To convert the device to Class Room, remove the NL Drive Screw on 98/99 center case ass...
Place any new orders per the following table ...
 Mortise Deadbolt Locks  Discontinued  Replace With  CO200MD  70-Classroom/Storeroom  40-Privacy  CO250MD  70-Classroom/Storeroom  40-Privacy  AD200MD  70-Classroom/Storeroo...
* NOTE: the AD300/400 devices simply communicate the change in Deadbolt Position status to the Host software.  The software then decides what action should or should not be taken at the device. 
- AD Series and CO series products require that the Night Latch (NL) screw is installed in the exit device.  Be sure this screw is installed- Exit hardware and strike must be properly mounted ...
The B250 Night Latch is a single cylinder deadlocking latchbolt where the latch is retracted by a key from the outside or by the inside thumbturn. Rotating the thumbturn and activating the hol...
Using the key from the pull side of the door does not retract the latch bolt on a rim or vertical rod chexit device.
CX98/9975 mortise devices will retract the latch bolt when the key is used on the pull side of the door.