20mm ESSVE P2000 Pease Door 6-8 Replacement, 60/92 for 55/92 68" Hook Version

Part Number: 4990613-KIT
Price: $225.00

Pease entry doors used the ESSVE  Multipoint lock with a deadbolt and 2 Hooks - Discontinued, Replacement available. Please Read all information to insure a proper replacement.

Pease Front Door Multipoint Lock Specifications:

Backset: 2-3/16 inch (55mm)  MOST PEASE DOORS

Faceplate Width: 3/4 inch ( 20mm)

Overall faceplate length: 68 inches (1727mm) with radius ends.  

* Lower Gear Assembly, Lower Hook @ 26"

* Upper Extension with Hook @ 32-3/4"

Bore Diameter in door: 1 inch to 2-1/8 inch, most were 2-1/8 inch

Pease Replacement Kit, Custom for 80 inch 6-8  door

Backset: 2-3/8 inch (60mm)   ( Deeper  by 3/16" )

Faceplate Width: 3/4 inch ( 20mm)

Overall faceplate length: 68-1/8 inches, square ends (1/8" Longer)

* Lower Gear Assembly, Lower Hook @ 26"

* Upper Extension with Hook @ 32-3/4"

* Stainless Steel Installation Screws

 ( Overall Length when assembled - 68-1/8 inch with square corner ends)

* Our custom replacement # 4990613  has a 2-3/8" (60mm)  backset, yours is 2-3/16" (55mm). When using the lock with 2-3/8 backset, your handleset  will shift 3/16 away from the edge of the door and leave a Paint / Stain line and most likely an impression in the door from the original plate.

* Most Pease Handle sets will not work with the replacement lock.

* Pease used 2 different width Handleset plates and 2 different size holes in door.

If you escutcheon plate is only 1-5/8 wide, then a new handleset trim with a 2 x 12 plate, like our 395007 or 395009,  will cover the old marks and work with the new custom multipoint lock.

If your door has a cross bore of 2-1/8 inch wide and the trim plates are 2-3/8 inches wide you will need a plate under the trim to cover the large hole OR new handle set with a plate width of 2-1/2 inches wide or larger.

Replacement 3-point Lock Operation:

To Change Handing / Latch Reversal:

1. Lift Lever to extend deadbolt and hooks

2. Pull spring latch out, rotate latch to correct position

3. Check function of lock before closing door

To Lock door: 

Lift the handle to extend locking points and turn thumbturn or key to secure in locked position.

When the Lever is lifted the Deadbolt and hooks are fully extended.

This lock has a mis-handing latch that needs to be pushed in to function.(see additional pictures above)