Not an example of my work but I saw this on a customer’s front door today and thought I would share. Obviously the original multipoint locking system had failed. But rather than source and fit a direct replacement, the handyman (or cowboy) that did this used a completely unsuitable mechanism as an alternative. The mech he fitted was for a upvc door not a wooden one, so his mech had rollers that stuck out proud from the door edge. No bother for this intrepid workman. He just hacked out pieces of the frame so the rollers could enter and the door could close. The full length keep plate is a right mess and it is a struggle to raise the handles fully due to all the misalignment between mech rollers/hook bolts and the slots in the keep. Due to the differences in this mechanism and the original he also had to fit new handles. But because the backset is different, the new handles do not quite cover the original handle screw holes and euro profile hole in the door.
I dread to think what the landlord paid his handyman for this poor effort, but if he had called me then job would have been done right using the right parts and without any damage to frame.
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