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How do I fit a serozzetta m lever on square rose handle

by fiveprimes / March 16, 2014 3:41 AM PDT

Fitting a door handle

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Re: door handle
by Kees_B Forum moderator / March 16, 2014 4:44 AM PDT

I'm afraid our forums are more about electronics (TV's, smartphones) and PC/laptop/Mac and software than about door handles. So I doubt if you'll get a good answer here.

Better ask the sales person at the shop where you bought it, I think.


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Over the years
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 16, 2014 5:36 AM PDT

I've used machine shop techniques to adapt this thing to that thing. If it's just for show I have used construction adhesive, silicon caulk to hold it together for a show.

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Farm boy fix
by Willy / March 17, 2014 12:13 AM PDT

I googled and got many hits, so one of them probably answers your query. When it comes to true h/w problems, usually a well stocked local h/w shop is best. Modern big stores carry only typical or generic fixes which usually aren't all that good for the long haul. Sometimes the only available fix is to replace the whole unit or next assembly as a whole.

-OR- use parts from another location that's not as frequent use and swap parts, if applicable. You maybe lucky and have a local vendor that recycles used parts.

Since, here on the farm we make anything work, it may behoove you to tinker and come up with an answer that doesn't look pretty but does the job. If no adapter of such is available, then either arc welding, epoxy, or JB weld(product name) may suffice.

tada ------Willy Happy

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