modular cylinder housing cam screw coming out

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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 ...
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.
The cam screw uses a T-10 and the housing screws use a T-15 driver.
Modular cylinder was launched July 26, 2010 and replaced the standard key-in-lever, mortise, and rim cylinders.     For a list of cylinders not affected by the modular cylinder design change cli...
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...
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...
Click here for a list of available Schlage cams comparable to the Sargent 13-0660.