- Hale brand steel pin bolt locks work for any type of locking dog door cover
- Serves as a replacement or an extra means of security
- Requires a power tool if there are no pre-drilled holes in your security cover
- Purchase comes with 1 lock
Whether you need to replace an old dog door lock or just want to add a pet door locking mechanism to your locking cover, the Hale pin bolt locks get the job done. It works for all Hale locking pet door models, as well as any other brand of cover for non-locking dog door. If your pet door and cover are not already equipped with pre-drilled holes, this will require a power tool to install.
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Hale Pet Door 5 Year Limited No Fault Warranty
(All parts-including flaps-and labor)
Thank you for doing business with Hale Pet Door™. We are sure you will receive years of excellent service with your purchase. If the product does not meet your expectations, please contact our office for return authorization and return it within 30 days of purchase for a full refund of the purchase price. Be sure to pack the product well as we can only give 50% credit for a damaged pet door.
HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. guarantees and warrants, subject to the conditions and restrictions stated below, that the Hale Pet Door™ products and component parts thereof, purchased from HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. shall be free from any defects in materials and workmanship. The warranty period for all Hale Pet Door™ model pet doors is effective from the date of purchase and extends to the anniversary date marking the end of the fifth year. We agree to exchange or repair at our expense, F.O.B. our plant or warehouse any unit found to be defective in workmanship and/or material, subject to plant inspection. (See notes A and B below)
1st year – 100% of all parts and labor
2nd year – 50% of all parts and labor
3rd year – 40% of all parts and labor
4th year – 30% of all parts and labor
5th year – 20% of all parts and labor
This warranty does not include shipping to HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. or any field service labor unless the product was installed by Hale Pet Door™.
A-Glass Breakage: We use fully tempered glass of the greatest quality and strength available for each application. It also meets or exceeds all safety glazing laws and codes in the United States. Even tempered glass will break on occasion, but it is very rare. When there is a breakage of glass for whatever reason, within the FIRST YEAR, we will replace the unit for 50% of the current total price. There is no warranty on glass after the first year.
B-Parts Damaged by Misuse or Neglect: HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. will pay 20% of the cost of the current list price of parts and labor. No reimbursement shall be greater than the price of the replacement part.
C-Omni Oversize Panels: This application is not recommended. Therefore, we will only warranty 50% of the cost of the panel for the first year. However, the pet door itself is covered per our standard warranty.
HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. will credit 50% towards the cost of a replacement Hale Pet Door™ that was damaged due to mis-cutting, mis-measuring or any other damage due to no fault of HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. will not accept any responsibility beyond 50% if damage is due to no fault of HSPD Manufacturing, Inc.
HALE PET DOOR™
HSPD MANUFACTURING, INC. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO INSPECT ANY AND ALL PRODUCTS BEFORE HONORING ANY CLAIM.
Step 1: Pull the pin of your existing lock all the way out.
Step 2: Take out the two screws holding the lock assembly in place.
Step 3: Take the new lock and screw it to the black spacer so that the screw ends are just barely protruding from the back.
Step 4: Place the assembly back on the frame where the existing screw holes are located, with the spacer between the frame and the new lock. If there are not existing holes, you will need to drill some in.
Step 5: Push in the new pin lock so that it engages and goes smoothly through the locking cover and frame.
Step 6: Tighten the screws to secure the new lock and spacer in place.
Step 7: Test the lock to make sure that you can pull and push the pin out.