something that locks doors
Changing the locks on the doors is a little harsh. Has all else failed? Of course you can change the locks on your house doors and lock her out. This could create a life long rift in your relationship. If you can afford to pay first and last month's rent. Offer that. If she refuses, then change the locks. You have done what you could to prevent the lifelong rift while ending an impossible situation.
In my church, the head usher locks the doors after the service.
the doors have locks on them because they are required by the city to be on the doors. It would be against code if the door didn't have locks, regaurdless of their store hours.
no they are called adult locks
If you are on the rental agreement, mortgage, or lease agreement and you are the one staying in the house, yes.
I think you have to push the 'unlock' button twice in order to unlock the doors.
He unscrewed the locks from the doors and then unscrewed the doors themselves from their jambs.
Some trains, an electromagnetic crane, locks/security locks, speakers, microphones, motors, fire doors/automatic doors.
Just a suggestion, but if we knew what the outer doors were attached to it might be easier to zero in on an answer. Are we talking about doors on a house? A car? A 747? Specificity can be a good thing.
yes mostly you can change locks on any doors
Electric doors?? Are you talking about door locks? If so, even though they are electric, you can still operate them manually. Disconnect the power to the door locks and they are then manual.
In a Honda Integra, you can convert manual locks to power locks. You can either purchase a kit and do all the wiring yourself, or you can purchase doors from a junk yard and redo the kit. By purchasing doors, the wiring is already set up.
This refers to a halfway house or a recovery type of place where there are not locks on the doors. The people in these places are free to come and go as they please.
Then you have to lock and unlock the doors by hand.
Doors are manufactured with the cut-outs for locks. The locks may be used to close the store for a criminal investigation. The store is locked during construction and during remodeling.
all you can do is pull out the fuse for the power locks and lock the doors yourself
you go to the parts store and buy new locks for your doors.
yes if you are just buying those doors because they are cheaper you can put you electric locks and windows in the non electric doors
Yes, you can change the locks if you have a formal separation agreement and you have received the house temporarily. If you don't have control of the house, you cannot change the locks.
you might have the child safety locks activated
There is no way to do this. There are child-proof locks on the sliding doors.
Because almost all commercial doors are manufactured with holes and hardware for locks installed. It would not be economically feasible to make special doors just to avoid adding $10 - $20 in locks. It also makes sense because you can't plan for everything. Stores are closed in emergencies, and need to be locked before they actually open for business on the first day. In many stores the clerk also locks the doors to use the restroom so the store is no left unattended.
The fur locks in heat and locks out water so it can stay warm while its swimming