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How to Rehand a GU / Ferco Multipoint Lock

How to Rehand a GU / Ferco Multipoint Lock

How to Change the Handing of a GU / Ferco Multipoint Lock

To reverse the handing of your lock, you will need to rotate latch 180° so bevel is facing right direction by following the steps in one of the following diagrams.

*Note:
We have written these instructions for what we perceive to be the most common or current styles of this brand of lock. There may be other styles or generations of this particular brand of lock that require a different method to change the handing. Please don't hesitate to email us with questions or concerns if this method does not help you.

There are different rehanding processes for each of the three styles of G-U / Ferco locks. We show all of them here. If the first one does not work, please scroll down to see if the 2nd or 3rd method works.

Process 1: Known method for GU locks in Pella doors and older tripact GU locks

Process 2: Known method for some GU Tripact locks

Process 3: Known method for Ferco 528 locks, commonly used in Atrium doors