SFIC cams for L series locks

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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 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...
BAA/ARRA stand for Buy American Act and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. A brief description of some of the federal requirements can be found in the BAA Catalog on the Allegion...
Country of Origin (COO) information can be found in the Buy American Act (BAA) brochure.
To obtain product certification forms:Download the BAA Catalog on the Allegion website Complete the information requested in the the BAA Catalog with a detailed copy of the prod...
Reference the L-Series Service Manual to change lock functions or build up a case from parts.
This Step-by-Step guide is specifically designed for the functions listed below, however, it can be referenced with a majority of L series functions since most of the parts are ...
The keycam may have failed, example here, the latest design keycam can be easily identified as the colored changed to black. Replace either the keycam or chassis as needed to r...
 This could also happen if the tailpiece isn't installed in a KIL, FSIC, or SFIC cylinder.  The FSIC driver also could have come loose from the core in the spindle.
 The Schlage ND75 and ND95 locks require the chassis to be assembled and timed correctly for operation.  If the chassis has to be disassembled for any reason please refer to the Assembling Schlage ...
A design change occurred in 2001 to address a locking/unlocking issue with the discontinued D73 lever locks.  This included modifying the cam and plug, spindle and using a different plung...