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The 4040/4040XP closer mountings have the following maximum opening degree templating: The 4040/4040XP PA "Regular Arm" mount will allow for 180° max. opening. The 4040/4040...
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It would be unnecessary to use the CNS/Cush arm and the Glynn Johnson overhead devices in the same application, both mechanisms stop the door.
BSS means - Blade Stop Spacer.  A -61 for example would be used after the series of the closer being used. CSS means - Cush Shoe Support. A -30 for example would be used after the series of the cl...
A 4110 with AVB (advance variable back check) would be recommended. Using a SCUSH (Spring Cush) arm will also help minimize shock to all door hardware.
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If the error "Device does not support this action - E802" appears when trying to couple the lock, it is generally because the user is not pressing the SW1 tamper button 3 times, but instead pressin...
In order to properly couple, the interior pushbutton must be held down while tapping the SW1 (tamper switch) three times.  This will enable the lock to couple to the HHD.