Darcy S: Mahalo nui loa for the video same kine happened to me with great advise but
no can! Lol
Katherine Accettura: Thank you for your awesome help, this got me to the final video I had to
Caresse Simmons: Thank you so much this helped a great deal. But how can i get the door
lactch on to the other side. When i close the door i dont heat the click
that means its closed.
Mike Hutchinson: Yes a tough doorknob to get off. Thanks finally a video that shows how to
With the lock on the door .thanks fixitnowproductions
Eljay Flores: Thanks for this video! Big help!
ianmattl: I removed the door handles and whole locking mechanism but the last part of
the lock is stuck in the door. There's no screws on the plate and I tried
putting a screwdriver in the center holes and prying but no luck. There's a
hole on the right side, a hole in the center, and half a hole towards the
hinges. Wtf I can't find anything anywhere about this.
Mazni Azmi: Thank you very much. :)
Karen TenEyck: Thank you! You saved me.
Maggie Holland: Only one side of my knobs have the wire to push down. I don't see anything
on the other side to release it. Any ideas? Thanks!
astepintothedark: The hole is for a wrench that you use to unscrew the knob cover; you
essentially use the wrench the same way the channel locks were used here.
jmfrmr: OMG! THANK YOU! 20 years I put up with paint on the door knobs because no
one knew how to take them off.!! Looked at all the rest of the how tos and
they didn't work because these are different. The name has been painted
over so I didn't know what brand. A 1000 thank yous.
raindropraindrop: Very useful video. Thank you!
Obaid Azizi: Thx a lot it was very help full god bless u I couldn't change my door lock
for ages n I was waiting for this idea
ShyLo05: great! I was able to finally get this thing off!! now how do I put it back
Blaze808productions: Hi person😜
Jack Wilshere: OHH NOO!!!! NOT A SARGENT!!!
metalmoto: Mine Sargent lock had like 9 coats of paint on it. I finally got it loose
enough to see the wire pin. I pushed and pulled and played with it for over
an hour. Still no luck. So I pulled out the hacksaw, and sawed the darn
thing off. It took a while, but I am replacing it anyway.
caroline ortiz: how about when it has paint on it? that is hard to come out?