648PRO, PRO3650, and PRO4850 90° Door Stop Troubleshooting
- How to install the 90° door stop on a 648PRO, PRO3650, and PRO4850 model
- Part number 0000046
- Instruction sheet 3758687
- How to install the 90-degree door stop on a 648PRO?
- How to stop the door from opening past 90° on a PRO 36 and PRO 48
- 90 degree door stop does not work
- The pins that shipped with the unit are stuck in the hinges and will not come out.
- Sometimes the weight of the door causes the pins to fit very snugly inside the hinge.
- Use pliers to grip the pin and remove it from the hinge.
- The 90 degree pins are installed, but the door will not fit back onto the hinges.
- The pins have a notch on them that allows the 90 degree door rotation.
- If the notches in the top hinge pin and the bottom hinge pin are not aligned in the same direction, the door will not fit.
- Try turning the pins to they are in the same orientation as one another.
- The 90 degree pins are installed, but the door is not stopping at 90 degrees.
- If the notch in the pin is a quarter turn off, the door will not stop at the proper point.
- Try removing the pins and turning them one-quarter turn (making sure the pins are in the same orientation as one another) until the door stops at 90 degrees.
- How is the 90 degree pin visually different from the standard pin?
- Look at the end of the pin.
- The 90 degree pin has a brass tip on the end and the standard one does not.
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