Locksmithing/Titan Dead Bolt


SC wrote at 2014-07-20 14:26:38
Thank you, Charles, for your explanation.

I too had trouble removing the Titan cylinder and deadbolt until reading your detailed instructions on how to remove the two black-looking bolts that have slots and threaded holes for the two interior screws. The small slots were not that easily seen at first.

I have successfully installed a replacement deadbolt. :)



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Charles D.Wyatt, Jr. CML,CMS


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