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  • Writer's pictureMichael The Rekey Guy

Play That "FUNCtion" Music

When shopping for a new lock, be sure you select the right “function” for its purpose. The most common “functions” folks use are: “KEYED ENTRY” – Used for entry doors. Has a key hole on the outside and a locking tab on the inside. “PASSAGE” – Does not lock. Also called “Hall or Closet Door” function. These are great to install under keypad locks. “PRIVACY” – Pin hole on outside; locking tab on inside. Used on bathrooms and bedrooms. Need help selecting new locks? Give us a call at 417-689-7034.

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