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The old 4030/4130 closers and arms are obsolete, there is nothing to replace them. No arm from other closers will fit  There is no closer that can replace the old 4030 series closer with the exa...
Make sure that the hold open nut is not on upside down.  The orientation of the hold open nut depends on the mounting. On a Top Jamb "Push Side" mount, the hold open nut would poi...
2030 and 5030 are both overhead concealed closers. The 2030 uses a concealed, in the door, track, and a concealed one piece arm. The 5030 uses a exposed double lever arm (like the arm for a 401...
Cam Lift hinges can only be used with LCN door closers that have a "Regular" style arm.     Manual Closers: Maximum lift dimension is 3/4". Can not be use EDA, CUSH, or Track Arm door closers...
The 1260, 1460, and 4030 regular arm closers on the pullside will allow 180° door opening and can be held open at 180°, frame and trim permitting.
The "320G" is the # on a UL sticker attached to the arm of most LCN door closers, and is not a door closer model number.  The "320G" means that the arm is not a mechanical hold open device and OK t...
The LCN direct retrofit for the Obsolete 303 OHC closer was the 330 series, it was discontinued in 2009. The 3030 closer door closer body can be used as a replacement cylinder. 
LCN does not recommend this type of installation, and has never sold a coupler to do this.
Any LCN Closer that ends in the number 1, will meet ADA 5 lbs opening forces.
Special Rust Inhibitor (SRI) - is a pretreatment that is applied to the metal components prior to the addition of the LCN powder coat finish, standard or custom. ...