c) Make sure the bolt is in the locked or engaged position. To
accomplish is, rotate the dial left to O. Turn the arrow knob in the center
dial to O, and rotate the dial left four revolutions, stop at a random
d) Remove the back cover of the lock.
If your lock is equipped with a tube, proceed with step e) below.
proceed to step i).
e) Insert tube and hold lock against mounting plate.
ring on tube and lightly tighten tube nut.
f) Measure tube excess leaving 1/16 inch (2 mm) above tube nut.
g) Remove lock and cut off excess tube.
h) File end of tube smooth.
i) Securely fasten lock to mounting plate by installing the four
lock-attaching screws and tightening.
j) While aligning hole through door, fasten dial ring to door using
screws and tighten tube nut (if present on lock).
k) Insert dial into dial ring and hold snug.
1) Measure and cut off excess spindle from the wheel post, leaving
1/16 inch (2 mm) above the wheel post. Remove burrs.
m) Screw the drive cam on spindle until snug, then back off until
keyway lines up. Insert the spline key with the key handle pointing away from
the center of the cam (see Figure 8). Drive the spline key in carefully. If
the spline key becomes loose, the lock will not function properly. Make
certain that the spline key is tight.
Before screwing dial/spindle into the drive cam
for the final time, lubricate the dial, dial
ring, and drive cam bearing surfaces. Sargent
& Greenleaf recommends G-322L lubricant
manufactured by General Electric. NEVER use
oil- or petroleum-based lubricants.
n) Cut off amount from inner spindle equal to the amount removed
from the spindle. Spindle excess can be inserted over inner spindle for ease