Sargent removal core for Schlage locks

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The lever may be missing the slot feature for the core locking lug.  Verify slot is in place.
A lock specified by a cylinder suffix BDC will be supplied with a disposable small format construction core, see Figure 1 below.  There is no metal key but instead the BDC cylinder has a ...
A small format disposable core is used as a SFIC construction core that is for low security applications and can be thrown in the waste bin after use.
Only the Schlage ND-Series can be prepped to accept non-Schlage cores. All designs are supplied with the appropriate tailpiece Non-Schlage cores are NOT included Lever designs available vary d...
The letters GD, HD, BD, or BDC should be put after the lock function. EXAMPLE: ND53BD GD = Schlage SFIC core HD = Construction core BD = Less core BDC = Plastic temporary construction core
Refer to Table 1 for a list of T lock tailpieces for conventional cylinders.  Table 2 shows IC tailpieces. Table 1: T lock conventional tailpieces Table 2: T lock IC tailpieces
The RU lock can accept a Schlage Full Size core, but the cylinder suffix must be specified as "J IC-SC" so the correct parts are supplied. The tailpiece will come with the lock. Example: RU581J IC-SC
The T lock can accept a Schlage Full Size core, but the cylinder suffix must be specified as "J IC-SC" so the correct parts are supplied (including the tailpiece) Example: T581J IC-SC
The Schlage B and BD cylinder suffixes designate less small format interchangeable core (SFIC) cylinder prep for the lock. Any SFIC, 6-pin or 7-pin, can be inserted into the lock and will operate t...
The lever removal tool can be used to remove levers in both the ND and the L Series mortise locks.
On August 15, 2012 Schlage began shipping a new, more ergonomic, lever removal tool to coincide with Phase 1 of the ND-Series improvement project.  This tool can be used for Schlage ND-Series ...
To remove the Schlage L Series from a door reference the appropriate installation instructions found here at https://us.allegion.com/en/home.html