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Changing eurocylinder

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by wedge69, 13 Mar 2021.

  1. wedge69

    wedge69

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    Hi,

    I'm going to attempt to change the eurocylinder locks in a pair of patio doors. One side looks easy, as I can see the screw that needs removing to release the lock.
    However, I'm not sure where the corresponding screw is on the other door. I've attached a photo, can anyone help me out?
     

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  3. ronniecabers

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    It will be behind the ' flying mullion '. You have two options, find all the screws and unscrew the mullion ( may be clipped on ) , or remove the silver lock plate and drill through a 10mm hole in line with where the screw should be that holds the barrel in
     
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  4. wedge69

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    Thanks. Now you've told me what it's called I can see lots of matches in Google!
     
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