Modular cylinder cam screw coming loose

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There have been a few reported cases of the torx cam screw loosening on modular designs shipped prior to April 16th 2013.   History of cam screw changes: Standard screw shipped July 27t...
A modular cylinder's length is determined by 4 basic parts; a cam screw, cam, plug extension, and a back housing.  Most of these parts are used in more than one cylinder length and...
The Schlage L-Series uses a clover leaf cam with the exception of the L9060 outside cylinder which uses a straight cam. The cam part number will depend on the type of mortise cylinder, keyway (for ...
Click here for a list of available Schlage cams comparable to the Sargent 13-0660.
The Sargent cams listed below work for all applications except 16 inside and 50 outside.  The equivalent Sargent cam is the 13-0660. Use the B520-736 for modular cylinder lengths of 1 1/8",...
The cams for modular cylinders are unique and are not compatible with any non-modular mortise cylinders, Schlage or any competitors.
Effective July, 2014, there is no longer a specific modular cam part number for dogging. The Schlage modular straight cams come with two mouting holes that allow for the cams to be mounted inverted...
The cam screw uses a T-10 and the housing screws use a T-15 driver.
If arm screw is not gripping the forearm tube enough to securely hold the rod and shoe in place: If the allen head on the arm screw (-83) is stripped out, try using a wrench to tighten it. Try ...