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  1. #1
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    Feb 2018
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    Country: Canada

    Question Yale Junior mortise lock

    I have a Yale junior mortise lock and one spring that I don't know where it goes.
    I looks like an old mangled cotter key out of an axle nut.
    I I posted a pic (I think) and the spring in question is the one in my fingers.
    Any exploded views would be great.

    Bill
















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  2. #2
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    Tonawanda, NY, USA
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    Country: United States

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy69 View Post
    I have a Yale junior mortise lock and one spring that I don't know where it goes.
    I looks like an old mangled cotter key out of an axle nut.
    I I posted a pic (I think) and the spring in question is the one in my fingers.
    Any exploded views would be great.
    Bill


    See thumbnail attached, Yale Type C Builder's Lock Construction; from Yale & Towne Catalog No. 26 (c)1929, pg. 237.

    Pete














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  3. #3
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    Country: Canada

    Default Yale Junior

    It works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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