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I read the guys answer on how to do and I did it and it did work but it isn't totally how he said and it can be explained better. When you take it apart you don't need to take out the smart key gears. The object is to separate the inner lock core with the lock core shell, turn it clockwise to the spot you would normally put it at to redo your key (3 ...


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I think I understand all the requirements: The natural action when leaving the bathroom is to turn one of the doorknobs and open the door. For safety reasons this action, without any other required motions, must allow egress from the room under any and all conditions. (Thanks Wolf Harper) Also, to solve the specified problem, opening the door this way, ...


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I'll assume it's the normal use-case of basically honest people trying to avoid "whoops, sorry, didn't know you were in there". Locks must always allow exit, so deadbolts are out. I'd look for alternate solutions: Electric strikes (retractable door-jambs), which secure with the bathroom light on. Now leave the privacy locks on both doors locked all the ...


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DO NOT BUILD THIS PROJECT. It is not safe. I am leaving the description here for now to retain the comments. For a safe version of the Jack&Jill bathroom project see my other answer, that begins with "I think I understand all the requirements:" Shop for "Electric Bolt Locks (Fail Safe)". These sell for about $40 to $500 but you certainly don't need the ...



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