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1. Mark up the door

1. Mark up the door

Assemble the lock, then hold it up on the outside of the door. Ensure the locking bolt moves out enough to engage successfully with the door pillar. Mark the lock position on the outside of the door. Make sure you do this accurately— once you start drilling holes there is no going back.

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