Schlage F10VSIE619 Siena Passage Knob, Satin Nickel

Top quality Schlage lockset for residential or light-commercial use

Easy to install, one tool installation

Fits 1-3/8 to 1-3/4-inch thick doors

Triple option latch and adjustable 2-3/8-inch or 2-3/4-inch backset

Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty

F10VSIE619, 5526680006743, 043156782062

Product Description For residential and multi-family hall/closet doors. Both knobs are always unlocked. DOOR THICKNESS: 1-3/8″ to 1-3/4″. LATCH: 1″ x 2-14″, radius corner faceplate, 7/8″ housing diameter, 1/2″ throw, with Triple-Option square corner and circular corner faceplate. STRIKES: Dual strikes 1-5/8″ x 2-1/4″, radius corner and square corner, full lip, no box. BACKSET: Dual backset latches, fits either 2-3/8″ or 2-3/4″ backsets. From the Manufacturer The F-Series features superior quality locks backed by a Lifetime Mechanical and Finish Warranty when used in residential applications. Meets or exceeds ANSI Grade 2 performance standards including 400,000 cycle ANSI Grade 2 requirements. The F-Series line’s elegant craftsmanship and sleek designs blend with any décor, making Schlage the perfect choice for any home. Keyed entry locks come with nickel silver cylinder pins and keys for long life and reliable performance. Triple option latches are adjustable to 2-3/8-inch or 2-3/4-inch backsets. Screw posts align automatically for easy installation. All F-Series locks meet 400,000 cycle ANSI Grade 2 requirements. Buying Guide Five Tips for Buying Door Hardware There?s nothing that enhances style and function quite like new door hardware. It?s the first thing that catches the eye at the front door, and it feels good in hand throughout the home. Here are five tips to simplify the buying process. What are the different types of door hardware? Entry hardware installs on exterior doors, and includes knobs or handlesets (handle with deadbolt) that lock with keys or touch pads from the outside and turnbuttons from inside. A deadbolt lock optimizes security. Privacy hardware is designed for bedrooms and bathrooms, locking with turnbuttons and not requiring keys. Passage knobs and levers are designed for hallway doors, laundry rooms and closet doors that latch but don?t lock. Dummy knobs and levers are decorative hardware pieces designed for pantry doors or other doors that only require a pull to open, with no latch or lock. What safety features are available? The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) sets different grades for door hardware, such as Grade 1 (basic), Grade 2 (intermediate), and Grade 3 (highest). These days, with more and more intruders using “bump keys”–a key that can open almost any lock–or locksmith tools once intended only to resolve accidental lockouts, many manufacturers offer bump-resistant cylinders. Will it fit my door? Standard doors are either 1-3/8 or 1-3/4 inches thick, with most hardware designed to adjust for either. Extension kits are available for thicker doors. Most hardware is interchangeable, only requiring that the (the distance from the edge of the door to the center of the knob or lock, usually 2-3/8 or 2-3/4 inches) matches the hole(s) in the door so that the latch or bolt throws properly. Some hardware sets adjust for both backset lengths. Levers come in both left- and right-handed models. To determine the appropriate handing, look at the door?s hinges from outside the door. If the hinges are on the left, you?ll need a left-handed lever. If the hinges are on the right, you need a right-handed lever. Can I install it myself?Most door hardware, including keypads and deadbolts, installs in under an hour with only a Philips screwdriver. Most keypads are powered by batteries, so no wiring is required. Handlesets sometimes require a drill. If the door or doorframe is not predrilled, door hardware usually comes with a paper template to mark holes for drilling and sawing with common spade bits and hole saws. Specialized tool sets also are available for door-hardware installation. If you want to use one key on multiple entry handles or deadbolts, you will need a locksmith to “re-key” all the locks to the same key. This should be done before installation and only will work if all the hardware comes from the same manufacturer. What cool hardware features are available nowadays?Keypad locks and de

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