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schlage camelot keypad deadbolt - $89 with Price Match at HD, Also Touch Keypad for $94.50 (reg $189.90)

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luvfibe wrote: the mark ups on these at the big box stores is incredible. Insane really. I worked at home Depot and different supply stores and I am from the trades. I don't know if it's allowed but I can tell you guys where you can get this stuff for 50 to 60% off on the regular, and have a selection to pick from. I don't work for the company anymore but they were super kind to me and I still buy my stuff from them because of the price. I'm not sure what the rules are but also never buy trim from a big box store, I'm talking two, three, four hundred percent markups
Yes what is the source?
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TannerK28755 wrote: I own it. Piece of shit. Don't buy.
Euuuhhhh…. What ?
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Have had one that was starting to stick. Used the HH add to PM at HD. HD was not picky on the color/style. Was able to grab the color I wanted and PM even though it didn’t match the HH add in flyer. Regular price at HD is 149. Thanks OP
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gowings wrote: pb30 lube. Is that the generic or brand name. Mine is doing a similar thing. Did a search for pb30
I used a silicone based lubricant (Jig-A-Loo) on the internal spring and it worked great.
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I picked one up at HD too; price matched HH but wouldn't beat it because the # wasn't exactly the same. ?
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Scote64 wrote: On the other hand it has a notorious fault where a pin pops loose internally, preventing the knob from engaging, and you have to dismount it and open it up to fix.
Any tips on how to fix it? Ours having the same issue. Thanks a lot !
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torspiker wrote: Any tips on how to fix it? Ours having the same issue. Thanks a lot !
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Sep 25, 2013
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Is this better option price match at home depot for $160
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Scote64 wrote:
Mine had a slightly different problem. The motor was not able to pull the plastic bracket up enough to let the pin engage the gear on the handle to turn the lock. It turned out there was probably too much friction around the spring driven by the motor. I thought the spring was pulled linearly but it turned out the spring was used like a worm drive shaft. I lubricated the spring and it fixed the problem. Since then, for over two years, I had 0 problems with the lock.
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I own two of these, one of these stopped working and I got them to send me a new one. However, I'd love to know how to fix the pin that pops loose. I tried disassembling but I had no luck fixing it.

EDIT:
Nevermind! Someone above just posted the fix! Thank you!
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Nov 26, 2006
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Price matched at Home Depot online (chat with agent), $89.97 plus taxes.
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aznmafia wrote: I own two of these, one of these stopped working and I got them to send me a new one. However, I'd love to know how to fix the pin that pops loose. I tried disassembling but I had no luck fixing it.

EDIT:
Nevermind! Someone above just posted the fix! Thank you!
Did you try what was mentioned in the video and did it work for you?
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Sep 5, 2006
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Interesting story on Bloomberg Business on how a Quebec director of cybersecurity who has taken to lock-picking as a hobby was able to simply bypass, with a zip tie, a Schlage CO-100 commercial-grade, keypad-operated deadbolt. Here's the story: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features ... rity-flaws.

And here's a Youtube video demonstrating how he did it:

500$ lock open with a Zip Tie.
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popoia wrote: Interesting story on Bloomberg Business on how a Quebec director of cybersecurity who has taken to lock-picking as a hobby was able to simply bypass, with a zip tie, a Schlage CO-100 commercial-grade, keypad-operated deadbolt. Here's the story: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features ... rity-flaws.

And here's a Youtube video demonstrating how he did it:

500$ lock open with a Zip Tie.
Lol doh. But just like the weiser power lock with the Smartkey I have that can be exploited with a bic pen.
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drpepper1 wrote: Have had one that was starting to stick. Used the HH add to PM at HD. HD was not picky on the color/style. Was able to grab the color I wanted and PM even though it didn’t match the HH add in flyer. Regular price at HD is 149. Thanks OP
Tried to get black in store, no luck given different number.
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Aug 24, 2011
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How is the touchpad version compared to the keypad one?

Thanks.
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Oct 7, 2007
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kiasu wrote: Does anyone know if this fit smaller hole?
No
Have to bore the hole to 2 1/8
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Aug 24, 2011
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gowings wrote: No
Have to bore the hole to 2 1/8
My front door has a smaller hole. We don’t have the tools to make it bigger. Will a locksmith normally do it?

Or do you by any chance know which electronic lock fits the smaller hole?

Thank you.

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