You will be so impressed when you actually hold this imported ceramics knob in your hand. They are solid, not hollow. The back of the knob has different insets that will neatly seat into various size holes. Made of high quality ceramics, you can't go wrong with this fabulous piece of door hardware. It can ensure your houses security.
## Product Description
You will be so impressed when you actually hold this imported ceramics knob in your hand
They are solid, not hollow
The back of the knob has different insets that will neatly seat into various size holes
Made of high quality ceramics, you can't go wrong with this fabulous piece ofdrawer hardware
It adding a touch of elegance to your decor at a fraction of the price you would find
This pull handle knob is very nice size, very comfortable in your hand
This drawer pull handle knobis sealed in it's original packaging and includes a 1 screw
Material: Ceramic & Metal
Size: 48 x 25mm/1.9 x 1.0in(Dia. x H)
Car Shaped Ceramic Drawer Pull Handle Knob
How to Fix Locksets & Doorknobs
Many lockset problems can be corrected before they become so serious that the lockset does not work. Often, a malfunctioning latch assembly or lock mechanism causes the problem. An improperly functioning latch may be the result of a poorly fitting door. The lock mechanism may not work simply because the lock is dirty or dry and needs to be lubricated with graphite (do not use any type of oil).
For serious lock problems, it is usually best to call a locksmith or to replace the lock entirely. If the problems require professional help, keep in mind that removing the lock and taking it to a locksmith is far less expensive than having the locksmith come to you
If a door latch does not operate smoothly, the latch bolt on the door may not be lined up properly with the strike plate on the doorjamb. Repairs range from making minor latch adjustments to repositioning the door
If the latch does not catch, close the door slowly to watch how the latch bolt meets the strike plate. The bolt may be positioned above, below, or to one side of the strike plate. (Scars on the strike plate will show where it is misaligned.) It is also possible the door has shrunk and the latch no longer reaches the strike plate. Once you have figured out the problem, try one of the methods shown here.
On mortise locksets (the type that fit into a large slot in the edge of the door), doorknobs may become loose over time. To tighten them, loosen the setscrew on the knob's shank. Hold the knob on the other side of the door, and turn the loose knob clockwise until it fits snugly. Then tighten the screw until you feel it resting against the flat side of the spindle. The knob should turn freely. If this does not help, remove the knob and check the spindle; if the spindle is worn, it must be replaced. If the whole lockset is worn, it is best to replace it entirely
For less than a 1/8-inch misalignment of the latch bolt and strike plate, file the inside edges of the plate to enlarge the opening.
If the latch does not reach the strike plate, shim out the plate, or add another strike plate. If the latch still will not reach, shim out the door's hinges. Replace the door with a wider one as a last resort.
For more than a 1/8-inch misalignment, remove the strike plate and extend the mortise higher or lower as necessary. Replace the plate, fill the gap at the top or bottom with wood putty, and refinish
1 x Drawer Pull Handle Knob
1 x Bag of Screws