Fullex – Patio Sliding Door Lock – Pin On Lock

///Fullex – Patio Sliding Door Lock – Pin On Lock

Fullex – Patio Sliding Door Lock – Pin On Lock

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Fullex – Patio Sliding Door Lock – Pin On Lock

Fullex patio sliding door lock used on old aluminium patio doors.

There are two variations of this patio sliding door lock. Pin on lock (where the locking pins are positioned on the lock) and Pin on frame (where the locking pins are located on the door frame. This is the Pin on lock version

Watch our instructional video below on how to replace this door lock

See pictures for dimensions.

Backset: 28mm
Centers: 203mm

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Description

Fullex – Patio Sliding Door Lock – Pin On Lock

There are two variations of this patio sliding door lock. Pin on lock (where the locking pins are positioned on the lock) and Pin on frame (where the locking pins are located on the door frame. This is the Pin on lock version.

No locking pins or receiver keep come supplied with this lock. 6mm threaded bolts can be used as locking pins

Watch our instructional video below on how to replace this door lock

Fullex Patio Sliding Door Lock Description:

The fullex patio sliding door lock is a multipoint door lock used on old aluminium sliding patio doors. This particular lock has two locking pins that lock in under a receiver keep on the patio door frame. This lock is used with the patio lever set.

There is a safety feature on this lock that prevents it from being operated incorrectly. When the patio door is slid closed, the white plastic bar strikes the door frame, allowing the lock levers to move and engage the lock. This is to prevent the lock from being put into the closed position while the door is opened. This is to protect the lock from unnecessary damage. The white plastic bar can be cut to a shorter length with a hacksaw if required.

The centers on this lock is 203mm (distance from the centre of lever to the centre of the cylinder)

Fullex Patio Sliding Door Lock Operation

The sliding section of the door is slid closed. The the white plastic bar strikes the door frame and the two locking pins move into the lock receiver keep. The small lever in the handle is pushed down, which engages the lock into the receiver keep. The key in the cylinder is then turned to complete the locking process.

Instructional Video

Fitting Instruction

You will need two people to lift the sliding door. Be careful as old aluminium doors can be very heavy

  1. To remove the sliding section of the patio door off the track, it must be lifted up and then out at the bottom.
  2. You will need to turn the door down on its edge, the opposite side to the lock. Put some cardboard or plywood on the ground so it doesn’t get damaged.
  3. Remove the two screws holding in the handles, and remove the handles.
  4. Using a small Allen key remove the levers.
  5. Remove the 4 screws along the edge of the door. Remove the cylinder from the lock
  6. Lift the door at one end and to old lock should slide out, use a broom handle to help it out if it gets stuck.
  7. Slide the new lock down the door section. Use a screwdriver to block the lock from travelling to far down the section.
  8. Refit the cylinder, screws, levers and handles.
  9. Test the operation of the lock, pushing in the safety button with a screwdriver.
  10. Stand the door back up and lift the door back onto the track.
  11. Close the door and test that the door is locking.

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