Wayne-Dalton 9000, WAYNEMARK 8000 User Manual

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Keyed-in-Handle Autolatch ECR Lock

Installation Instructions

and Owner’s Manual

Wayne-Dalton Corp.

P.O. Box 67 Mt. Hope, OH 44660

(888) 827-3667

www.wayne-dalton.com

All Residential Door Models: 8000/9000 Series & Wood Doors

PHILLIPS HEAD MACHINE SCREWS

(2) 1” (9200) #306564

(2) 1-1/4” (9600/8300 & WOOD)#306565

(2) 1-1/2” (9900) #306566

(2) 1-3/4” (8000/PR9000/8500) #306567

OUTSIDE HANDLE #255543

LOCK BACKUP PLATE (8300/8500 & WOOD)

#128564

(2) AUTOLATCH FLIPPERS

(2)STRIKER #100287 PLATES #299008

LOCK CABLE #307894

(6) 1/4-20 X 11/16” SELF DRILLING SCREWS #300723

(2) FOAM TAPE

(6) 1/4” -20

(9200/9600/9900)

FLANGED HEX NUTS

3/4” X 2-1/2”

#100279

#306653

 

UNIVERSAL

LOCK STILE (9200/9600 & 9900) #261964

 

(6) 1/4-20 X 9/16”

INSIDE DOOR HANDLE

TRACK BOLTS

#200527

#307893

 

(2) #8 - 32 X 3/4”

PHILLIPS HEAD SELF TAPPING SCREWS #100278

1/4-14 X 1” LAG SCREWS

OR (WOOD DOORS ONLY) #107584

Required Tools

(1)Electric Drill

(1)1/8” Drill Bit

(1)3/4” Dia. Hole Saw

(1)7/16” 6 Point Nut Driver

(1)7/16” Wrench Or Socket

(1)Pliers/Wire Cutter

(1)Phillips Screw Driver

(1)Standard Screw Driver

(1)Center Punch

Important Notice!

REFER TO THE DOOR MODEL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL FOR

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICES.

© Copyright 2003 Wayne-Dalton Corp.

Part No: 307895

New 6/10/03

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1/2 THE
SECTION
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Step 1: Installing the ECR Lock

CAUTION DO NOT DRILL LOCK

SECTION OR INSTALL LOCK ON DOORS WITH OPENERS. THE DOOR AND/ OR OPENER MAY BE DAMAGED IF THE OPENER IS USED WHILE THE DOOR IS LOCKED.

NOTE: Common practice for doors with the odd number of raised panels is to mount the lock towards the right side of the section when looking out.

IMPORTANT: Remove all burrs from the drilled holes before installing the lock to the section.

8000/8100/8200/PR9000 & PR9050 Series doors (see Fig.1), place the lock section face down on (2) padded sawhorses for a single car door or (3) padded sawhorses for a double car door. Locate the (3) hole pattern in the center stile of the lock section. Use the (3) holes as a template to drill (3) 1/8” diameter holes through the section. Flip the section over, face up. With the section face up, enlarge all (3) holes to 3/4” diameter, pay close attention not to drill complete through section into center stile.

NOTE: Do not drill through or enlarge holes in the center stile.

8300/8500 Series & Wood doors (see Fig.2), place the lock section face up on (2) padded sawhorses for a single car door or (3) padded sawhorses for a double car door. Locate the middle of the center stile, measure the distance from the end of the section to the middle of the center stile. Turn the section face down, transfer the measurement and mark a light vertical line, then mark a horizontal line at half the section height. Align the 7/16” diameter hole of the lock backup plate at the intersection point of the horizontal and vertical marks, use the lock backup plate as a template to mark the (3) holes, remove the lock backup plate and drill (3) 3/4” diameter holes through the section.

CENTER STILE

(3)PRE-PUNCHED HOLES

(3) 3/4” DIA.

HOLES FACE UP

FACE DOWN

VERTICAL

MARK

HORIZONTAL MARK

7/16” DIA. HOLE

(3) 3/4”DIA.

HOLES

LOCK BACKUP

FACE DOWN

PLATE

 

VERTICAL

MARK

(3) 3/4”DIA. HOLES

LOCK STILE

FACE DOWN

9000 Series doors (see Fig.3), place the lock section face up on (2) padded sawhorses for a single car door or

(3) padded sawhorses for a double car door. Locate the

middle of the center stile, measure the distance from the end of the section to the middle of the center stile. Turn the section face down, transfer the measurement and mark a light vertical line. Align the center of the lock stile with vertical mark, use the lock stile as a template to mark the (3) holes, remove the lock stile and drill (3) 3/4” diameter

holes through the section.

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Step 2: Outside Lock Handle Assembly

8000/PR9000 & PR9050 Series doors (see Fig. 4), align the outside handle assembly with the handle pointing towards the floor and insert the assembly through the previously drilled 3/4” diameter holes in the section. Secure the outside lock handle to the section with (2) #10 phillips head screws.

9000 Series & Wood doors (see Fig. 5), align the outside handle assembly with the handle pointing towards the floor and insert the assembly through the previously drilled 3/4” diameter holes in the section. With the outside lock placed in the section, place the center lock stile over the shank of the outside lock handle, secure the center lock stile with foam tape (8300/ 8500 Series & Wood doors will use the lock backup plate with no foam tape). Secure the outside lock handle to the section by placing the (2) #10 phillips head machine screws through the lock stile into the lock section. NOTE: Before proceeding to the next step its recommended that the outside handle be locked.

Step 3: Inside Handle Assembly

8000/8100/8200 & 9000 Series doors (see Fig.6), position the inside handle over the shank of the outside handle, flush against the center stile. Align the holes in the handle with the pre-punched holes in the center stile, then turn the handle clockwise to secure with (2) #8 screws.

8300/8500 Series & Wood doors ( see Fig.7), position the inside handle over the shank of the outside handle, flush against the lock backup plate. Align the holes in the handle with the pre-punched holes in the lock backup plate, then turn the handle clockwise to secure with (2) #8 screws.

NOTE: When securing the inside handle bracket, be sure not to over tighten the screws or damage to the inside handle may occur.

NOTE: Follow the Main Installation Instruction Manual to install the door sections and vertical track before you install the remainder of the lock parts. After the sections and track are installed, continue with Step 4.

3/4” DIA. HOLES

OUTSIDE

HANDLE

HANDLE

SHANK

Fig. 4

#10 PHILLIPS

HEAD SCREWS

 

HANDLE

FOAM TAPE SHANK

OUTSIDE

HANDLE CENTER STILE

3/4” DIA. HOLES

#10 PHILLIPS

Fig. 5 HEAD SCREWS

PRE-PUNCHED HANDLE

HOLES

SHANK

 

INSIDE

 

HANDLE CENTER

 

STILE

(2) #8 SCREWS

Fig. 6

BACKUP PLATE

PRE-PUNCHED

HOLES

SHANK

 

HANDLE

INSIDE

(2) #8 SCREWS

HANDLE

Fig. 7

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Step 4: Installing the Autolatch

 

 

8000/9000 Series & Wood doors (Fig.1-3), locate the

 

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inside handle and uncoil the lock cable, then thread the

 

 

cable through the inside handle as illustrated (see Fig.1).

 

 

Locate the autolatch striker plates over the pre-punched

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3

holes in the vertical track nearest the center of the lock

 

section (see Fig.2). Fasten the striker plates to the vertical

 

 

track using (2) 1/4-20 x 9/16” track bolts and flanged hex

 

 

nuts. Align the autolatch flippers such that the arm will

 

 

engage the striker plates. Position the autolatch flipper

 

 

1/8” from the edge of the section and secure it to the section

 

 

with (3) 1/4 -20 x 11/16” self drilling screws (wood doors

 

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will use 1/4-14 x 1” lag screws). Bend the bottom edge of

 

 

the Autolatch flipper arm away from the door slightly for

 

 

smoother operation (On 9900 Series doors, bend the

 

 

autolatch flipper toward the striker plate until it is able

 

 

to engage (see Fig. 3). Feed one end of the lock cable

 

 

through the slotted hole of an Autolatch flipper and secure

 

Fig. 1

with (1) 1/4-20 x 9/16” track bolt. Pull the cable taut, but

 

 

 

not enough to lift the flipper out of the striker plate. While holding taut, feed the lock cable through the slotted hole of the remaining Autolatch flipper, secure with (1) 1/4-20 x 9/16” track bolt and flanged hex nut.

NOTE: Ensure that the bolt is through the front of the flippers and the nut is on the back of the flippers with cable going through the front of the flippers.

Operate the lock several times to make sure the Autolatch flippers clear the striker plates when the handle is turned and the flippers engage the striker plates when the handle is released. Adjust the cables if necessary. Trim off the excess cable with wire cutters after the lock is operating satisfactorily.

TRACK

FLIPPER

 

 

 

VERTICAL TRACK

 

 

 

1/4-20 FLANGED

 

 

 

HEX NUT

STRIKER

AUTOLATCH

 

 

PLATE

FLIPPER

INSIDE

 

Fig. 3

HANDLE

1/4-20 X 11/16”

 

 

 

SELF DRILL SCREWS

1/8” OFFSET FROM

 

 

EDGE OF DOOR

 

 

 

 

1/4-20 X 9/16”

 

 

 

TRACK BOLTS

 

STRIKER

 

PLATE

USE PLIERS TO BEND

 

LOCK ARM SLIGHTLY

Fig. 2

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