You will be so impressed when you actually hold this Yellow Flower Pattern Ceramic Cabinet Drawer Pull Knob in your hand. This door pull knob is solid and not hollow which is durable for a long time use for daily life. The back of the cabinet pull knob has different insets that will neatly seat into various size holes. Made of high quality material, this drawer pull knob is comfortable for you to hold. And the light weight and compact size design of this door pull knob make it easy and convenient to install. With the high quality material, this door pull knob ensures its durablity in daily use. With so many advantages, choosing it is totally worth owning.
## Product Description
Yellow FlowerPattern Pull Knob is easy to installation
Great as a cabinet knob, drawer knob, or furniture knob
This drawer knob also works great in a bathroom or on bi-fold closet doors (may require longer screws)
Nice drawer knob compliment to any room
You will be so impressed when you actually hold this ceramicsdrawer knob in your hand
Made of high quality ceramics, you can't go wrong with this fabulous piece ofdrawer knob hardware
Material: Metal & Ceramic
Size: 25 x 38mm/1 x 1.5in(H x Dia.)
This door pull knob is solid andnot hollow which is durable for a long time use for daily life
The back of thecabinet pull knobhas different insets that will neatly seat into various size holes
Made of high quality material, this drawer pull knob is comfortable for you to hold
And the light weight and compact size design of this door pull knob make it easy and convenient to install
With the high quality material, this door pull knob ensures its durablity in daily use
How to Remove a Door Handle
Print this article Removing a door handle is a fairly simple process that can be done in just a few minutes. A door handle is fastened to the door with just a few screws; once they are removed, the handle assembly freely slides out.
Locate the screws that are holding the door handle onto the door. They are normally found on the interior side of the door, on the plate behind the door handle.
Unfasten the screws on the plate with a screwdriver until they are dislodged from the other door handle. Slide the door handle with the screws away from the door.
Remove the door handle on the opposite side of the door. Pull it straight out from the door jamb latch that runs through the hole in the door.
Unfasten the door jamb latch from the side of the door. Use a screwdriver to undo the screws and pull the door jamb latch out of the socket.
Undo the strike plate on the door jamb by removing the screws with a screwdriver.
Tips & Warnings
If the door jamb latch sticks, or is difficult to remove, slide a screwdriver through the back of the latch inside the door handle keyhole and tap the screwdriver with a hammer to loosen the latch.
How to Install Door Handles
Print this article Door handles are available in many varieties to suit the needs of different applications. Some handles are designed as non-latching pulls, while others use levers or knobs with built-in latches. Most door handles are easy to install and require only basic tools. The average DIY homeowner can install a door handle in less than an hour, depending on the complexity of the hardware and the type of door in use.
Use pull handles for operating doors that do not need latches. These handles are commonly found on closets and kitchen doors. They are surface-mounted, using screws or bolts.
Determine whether the handle is designed to be fastened through the door or just on the surface. If you see visible screw holes on the plate around the handle, the unit is surface-mounted. If there are no screw holes, the handle is meant to be fastened through the back of the door.
Decide where you will install the handle and mark the locations for screw holes. Pre-drill these holes using a bit that is one size smaller than the screws or fasteners. Hold surface-mounted handles on the face of the door and insert screws through any screw holes you see. For through-bolted handles, insert the connecting rods through the pre-drilled holes and hold the handle flush to the door. From the other side of the door, screw the included washers or plugs to the connecting rods.
Levers and Knobs
Use levers and knobs when you want a door to stayed latched or locked. If you simply want the door to stay closed, but do not want it to lock, select a passage set. If you want the door to lock, choose handles with built-in cylinders.
Open the lock package and remove the paper template from inside. Tape or stick this template to the door at the location indicated on the manufacturer's installation instructions.
Drill holes for the handle as indicated on the template. Use a hole saw on wood doors, or a bi-metal hole saw on metal doors. Pre-drill any screw holes that are shown on the template as well. Be sure to create these holes on both the surface and edge of the door as needed.
Place the interior side of the handle set into the hole you drilled in Step 3. Align the connecting rods and spindle with the appropriate openings on the exterior side of the lockset. Press the two sides together until they are tight to the door. Install set screws on the interior side of the handle as indicated on the template or instructions.
Use the template to determine the location of the strike on the door frame. Use a hole saw to create a hole for the latch. Chisel out a pocket for the strike plate. Screw the strike plate in place, using the included fasteners. Test the door to confirm it is operational. Remove the templates to complete the project.
How to Reset a Door Knob Pin
Print this article Modern doorknobs are generally integrated into a complex latch system that makes it impractical to try to repair or replace any one part; if the doorknob malfunctions, you simply replace the whole unit. Old-fashioned glass or marble knobs, however, are simpler mechanisms, with two standard knobs joined by a threaded pin. When old doorknobs start getting loose, it usually means the pin is stripped and you must replace it.
Slide wood shims underneath the door to secure it in a half-open position so you can access both sides without it moving.
Loosen the slotted screw on the collar of one of the two doorknobs with your screwdriver while holding the second knob (on the other side of the door) steady with your free hand to prevent it from moving.
Pull the knob off the pin. Pull the second knob out of the door, still attached to the pin.
Loosen the slotted screw on the collar of the second knob as you hold the knob in your hand. Pull the pin free and discard it.
Thread the new pin into the second knob in a clockwise direction. Tighten the slotted screw.
Slide the pin into the latch hole until the second knob is against the latch assembly. Thread the first doorknob onto the pin from the other side. Tighten the slotted screw on the first knob.
1 x Ceramic Cabinet Drawer Pull Knob
1 x Bag of Screws