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So I eventually figured it out, after some trial and error. Many thanks to Jimmy Fix-It, for giving me the correct term of flush-bolt :) My actual problem I realised that the door itself had become slightly out of align, probably because people kept pushing the door and so after a while the top edge of the door, didn't line up with the flushing on the ...


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That is called a manual flush bolt. The piece that protrudes through the top and bottom of the door is called the bolt head. Both the bolt head (which is threaded to an actuating rod), and the actuating rod (which is threaded to the lever actuator) are designed to be adjusted by threading them in or out. The bolt head is commonly keyed, i.e. it is not round ...



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