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Once done you will now see the inside of the wooden door and the part of the doorknob that goes through it. Push the opening and closing mechanism on the front of the door and at the same time pull the remaining piece of the door knob from the outside it will slide out easily leaving a hole that goes through the door. Once this is done take the opening and closing mechanism and slide it out the front of the door too. Now you have to reverse the process place the opening and closing mechanism through the front of the door make sure the flat side of the mechanism looks to the side to which the door opens.
Passage door knobs also referred to as closet and hall knobs are placed where a lock is not needed. Closet and pantry doors also use passage knob sets. For baths and bedrooms privacy door knobs are used. Door knobs of this type are lockable but they do not have a keyed cylinder. For convenience a generic unlocking tool is provided. Dummy doorknobs are fixed knobs that are an excellent solution for closet doors. A latch mechanism is not needed for this set. It is generally used on the inactive door of a set of double doors and French-style closet doors. With the growing number of door hardware manufacturers an extensive collection of door knobs in different color and design are available in the market. Modern as well as conventional doorknobs are also available in the market. The price of a doorknob depends on its style propose and the quality of the metal used. When purchasing doorknobs a customer should look for features such as durability convenience service and warranty. Doorknob kits are available for repairing and replacing doorknobs.
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Look at the base of the knob close to the door itself and you will see a small hole with a little separation inside of it. Take a key like piece of metal that is included in the new doorknob set and put it in the small hole prying it open. Pull the door knob out as you pry the hole until it comes out completely. You will have removed the decorative part of the mechanism and the operative part will be exposed. Against the door itself you will see a round piece of metal which is held in place by two large screws remove these screws all the way.