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I have an older home, and found a Weslock door knob on one of my doors that I wanted to swap out with a locking knob made by ...
This is where you see the "Weslock" name. There's two philips screws to unscrew, and then you can pry it out. However, underneath is something that looks like ...
A quick search, you will not find the screws for the knobs. Hmmm, where could they be?
One side of the knobs has small slit on the faceplate. This faceplate can be loosened to unveil the screws. Tightly grip the face plate and turn counter-clockwise ...
On this same side of the knob, you will find another hidden element. It is a recessed button mechanism that needs to be depressed and allows you to ...
You can now unscrew those now accessible screws. Now the fixture just pulls apart easily.
The rest of the fixtures just slide out like butter. This is how easy uninstalling a doorknob should be, if it weren't for those hidden contraptions we encountered ...
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