Change door lock


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Hi,

Can anyone tell me what kind of handle/lock this is?
Also how easy is it to change it?

Thanks

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Thanks
 
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Hi and welcome.


It looks like a bog standard mortice lock.

Take the handle off. That ring, or the one on the other side might pull back or unscrew and reveal some screws through a plate that secures it to the door. Remove the usually square shaped rod.

Take the two screws out that secure the lock to the door and pull it out. You can take that to a DIY shop and match it up to one to replace it.
You can re-use the original handles.
 
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Good evening

I can’t actually see the keyhole so it could possibly be a Euro sash mortise.

The handle however is standard and can be bought from most DIY stirs.
The round silver ring should pop off to revile the screws
 
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Hi and welcome.


It looks like a bog standard mortice lock.

Take the handle off. That ring, or the one on the other side might pull back or unscrew and reveal some screws through a plate that secures it to the door. Remove the usually square shaped rod.

Take the two screws out that secure the lock to the door and pull it out. You can take that to a DIY shop and match it up to one to replace it.
You can re-use the original handles.
Thanks for replying and the info. Gonna try fix it this weekend.
 
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Good evening

I can’t actually see the keyhole so it could possibly be a Euro sash mortise.

The handle however is standard and can be bought from most DIY stirs.
The round silver ring should pop off to revile the screws
Hey thanks for the info. I'll try your advice.
 

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