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         How to Replace a Pella Single-Point Mortise Lock with PZ of 85mm
                                            by Jessica Kinkade

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This is the original lock and handleset. If your lockset does not have these measurements, this
replacement kit will not fit your lock.




Original Pella Lockset Components

   A) Pella single-point lock body with 85mm handle-to-cylinder spacing and 55mm backset

   B) Front/faceplate view of piece A: 15/16" wide by 9-1/2" long with radial ends


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   C) Deadbolt strike plate: 1" wide by 7-3/4" long

   D) Original handleset with 8-1/4" screw-hole spacing and 1-3/4" width; thumbturn requires special
      cylinder with square peg receiver

   E) Pella special cylinder without thumbturn; for special Pella handleset with square peg on
      thumbturn




Replacement Kit Components

   A) Single-point lock body with handle-to-cylinder spacing of 85mm and 60mm backset

   B) Front/faceplate view of piece A: 7/8" wide by 9-3/8" long with square ends

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   C) Deadbolt strike plate: 7/8" wide by 8-1/16" long

   D) Replacement handleset with variable screw-hole spacing and width depending on which style
      you choose. *Note: Important thing is to get new handleset that is wide-enough to cover
      modified/widened cylinder hole and long enough to cover old screw holes. Available styles
      and widths/lengths of trim plate are listed below:

                  ▪   Congressional: 1.94" wide by 10.13" long
                  ▪   Westwood: 1.87" wide by 8.87" long
                  ▪   Villa: 1.88" wide by 10.94" long
                  ▪   Vintage: 1.56" wide by 9.06" long
                  ▪   Conventional: 1.31" wide by 9.30" long
                  ▪   Modern: 1.75" by 9.31" long
                  ▪   Silhouette: varying widths (changes from top to bottom of handle) by 9.18" long
                  ▪   Coronet: 1.94" wide by 10.13" long
                  ▪   Ingress: 1.87" wide by 8.87" long

   E) Cylinder with thumbturn; for standard handleset with euro-profile hole for cylinder and
      thumbturn


REPLACEMENT NOTES:

   –   Remove handles on both sides first, then unscrew set screw just below deadbolt on edge of
       door.

   –   Remove cylinder by pushing out through broad side of door through cylinder hole (lock must be
       unlocked).

   –   Unscrew lock body from door edge and remove from door.

   –   Insert new lock body in mortise and screw loosely in place. *Note: New lock body has square
       edges on faceplate instead of round; may need to chisel out door edge a little to fit new
       lock body.

   –   Mark where cylinder hole may need to be enlarged slightly to accommodate new 60mm
       backset. Remove lockset and enlarge hole.

   –   Reinstall lock and screw tightly in place.

   –   Install spindle and handles in place so spindle fits through handle-hole and thumbturn hole is
       lined up with cylinder hole in lock body. Screw in place.

   –   Install cylinder from the inside so key hole is on outside. Open door and install set screw just

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       under deadbolt on edge of door.

   –   There are three options when it comes to replacing your deadbolt strike plate (diagram below):

                  1. It is possible to reuse your original strike plate by moving it up or down within
                     the door jamb to fit new lock. Alternatively, original strike plate may also be
                     modified with a hack saw to fit new lock

                  2. Or you can replace strike plate with new strike plate (included in kit #40177)
                     *Note: new strike plate has squared ends and door jamb will have to be
                     modified; old cut-out may be visible under new strike plate

                  3. Or, new optional HOPPE strike plate (part #1963546) can be installed as an
                     alternative; long enough and wide enough to cover old cut-out (HOPPE strike
                     not included in kit).




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