Padlock and hasp set.

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  1. Blapto

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    I need to lock an internal door to prevent meddling by pesky kids (so I can get away with it).
    Anyway, I bought a padlock and hasp thingum, and even though I'm entirely incompetent at putting things together (I can take things apart alright!) I reckon I can do this without too much bother.
    The only thing is it has come with a little washer, with a slightly larger ID than the foldy hasp bit.
    Any clues on where to stick this? Please be polite :).

    Thanks

    Martin
     
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    You don't normally get washers with hasp and staples, maybe it found its way in by mistake. Check some other packs at the store to see if they are the same. Fit the hasp without the little washer thing.
     
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    I've fitted it anway.
    I made the observation it's about the same thickness as the (bit the padlock actually attaches to) so it's probably to offset the two so they're level. I fitted mine at an angle anyway.
     
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