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We have several blank trims listed in the price book to cover existing trim prep in door.  DEVICE EO TRIM   22  230EO  88  880EO   98/99  990EO or 996EO*  33A/35A Rim, 33/3...
Typically for a 1-3/4" door you would use a 1-1/4" cylinder.  Use the Table in the Pricebook for a reference:  
Outside Knob/Lever and Rose/Escutcheon Assemblies      Part Number  Description    A Rose with Knob/Lever  09-506  Designs: 01 02 03 05 06 07 12 17 18 OME 41 42     09-655  Des...
Schlage used to offer a holdback cylinder 03-030 that could be used with the L9050, L9080, and L9082. The cylinder had a special 2-piece lazy cam that allowed the cam to be rotated only about 120 d...
Devices built After 2/28/2011: Use a 1 1/8" - 1 1/4" mortise cylinder with straight narrow cam. (Cam profile same as the Schlage B520-731, see table below for part numbers) Devices built Befo...
 Modular 1-1/8"  Modular 1-1/4"  SFIC and FSIC  Non-Modular Non-IC Conventional  Non-Modular Non-IC Everest Primus  B520-730  B520-731  B520-2...
1) Make sure the lock batteries are more than 4.0 volts. The USB connection will not detect or communicate with a voltage lower than 4 volts. Many times a firmware update will draw d...
2) Make sure the SUS/HHD is set to communicate using USB connection mode in SUS.  You should see the familiar USB symbol on the SUS main Screen in the bottom right corner.  If you see a S...
3) When you update with NEW firmware replacing very OLD firmware a S1 RESET is suggested after the update. This initializes all the AD-Series memory locations to the new firmware. S1 is the ...
4) Make sure the HHD-USB cable is securely inserted into the HHD and into the lockset.  
5) Inspect the HHD-USB connector(s), ensure no pins are damaged, recessed or out of alignment. If a damaged cable is found customers should see their dealer for a replacement or they can order a re...
5) If working with a CO lockset, the mechanical key switch needs to be in its "Inactive" or normal position.  Ensure the triangle alignment on the front escutcheon and that...