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Does a dummy lever not have any spring inside? I'm trying to find a spring replacement for an entrance door lever and don't want to spend $100 for a replacement lock/ lever set when the only thing wrong is the spring broke and lever doesn't return to horizontal position. And you can't find a similar spring replacement on eBay or amazon
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Do more doors open on the left or on the right?
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Do more doors open on the left or on the right?
Does one enter more doors than one exits?
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Does one enter more doors than one exits?
When one door closes another door opens.
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Let's slam the door on this topic
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Does a dummy lever not have any spring inside? I'm trying to find a spring replacement for an entrance door lever and don't want to spend $100 for a replacement lock/ lever set when the only thing wrong is the spring broke and lever doesn't return to horizontal position. And you can't find a similar spring replacement on eBay or amazon
This is a non movable door handle. The round handles are much better IMO since these give extra leverage. You don't want a house guest snapping your handle off trying to twist it.
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I'm more of a brushed nickel man myself but I like the look of these.
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This is an open & shut case.
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This is a non movable door handle. The round handles are much better IMO since these give extra leverage. You don't want a house guest snapping your handle off trying to twist it.
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In what situation would you use these? How would a door stay closed without the function of turning the barrel lock ?
I'm just curious, because I have the pop lock version of these throughout some of the rooms in the house.
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In what situation would you use these? How would a door stay closed without the function of turning the barrel lock ?
I'm just curious, because I have the pop lock version of these throughout some of the rooms in the house.
I have these on my linen closet. The door stays shut using a ball tensioner catch that's in the top of the door.

edit: here's the link to the ball catch
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C6B8...0EbW0SQ5GR
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These are the ones described in Door Handles For Dummies.
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