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The 2200 Surface Mount Deadbolt is ideal for narrow style doors, thin cabinet doors and even glass cabinets. The 2200 lock is most commonly used on aluminum storefront doors and is recommended for businesses with high employee turnover. Simply change change the combination, not the lock.
Fiddly and flawed, but it can be overcome, and for the price....
By jeffrey j. from Colorado Springs, CO on Jan 11, 2016
Designer, Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
I did this DIY. Of course the whole chiseling-out and rebating thing is a pain, but the amount of adjustment that you have to do TO THE LOCK ITSELF was surprising, including taking off back plates, swapping slide-bars, etc.... Creating the actual combination for the lock itself is fiddly, needing tweezers to adjust, and in the end, something that I thought would ADD to the security - needing to punch in the numbers/letters IN SEQUENCE - is not the case! If your code was going to be 3-5-7-x, then you can put that sequence in ANY ORDER, and the lock will open. Disappointed about that. Lastly, and the thing that I LEAST like about this unit, is that when it is mounted, IF the slide-bar does not extend ALL THE WAY into the catch/rebate, then the bar can be slid back manually (e.g. with two fingers, inching the slide-bar BACK into the lock mechanism) essentially rendering the lock useless. Thus you have to be 100% certain that the rebate carved or the mounting of the catch allows for the slide-bar to extend fully into the locking position but still catch in the rebate / catch. Fiddly.