01:06PM | 02/22/03
Member Since: 02/21/03
1 lifetime posts
I have a metal interior door that had a combination Lock on it. The lock has since been removed. I would like to install a Brass, Copper or Stainless Cover plate to cover the extra hole left by the combination lock. (3.5" x 11") I have another door that already has this. I just don't know were they were purchased from.
Does anyone know where I can find these?
Your help is appreciated...

Jim D

11:28PM | 02/23/03
Member Since: 01/06/01
345 lifetime posts
Lenny - hi, you may want to call a few of your local locksmiths and see what they can offer you. If they sell similar sized combination locks, they probably sell or can get the cover plates as well. Otherwise, you may have to try and locate a dealer for the particular metal door you have. Good luck! Jim D/Heathsville, VA


04:03AM | 02/24/03
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
If you don't find anything else, you might consider some of the brass kickplates that can be bought in most hardware stores.


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