JELD-WEN THDJW197300329, THDJW197300305, THDJW166100367, THDJW166100373, THDJW166100366, THDJW197300251, THDJW166100370, JW237000002, THDJW197300272, THDJW197300290 Operating instructions

JELD-WEN THDJW197300329, THDJW197300305, THDJW166100367, THDJW166100373, THDJW166100366, THDJW197300251, THDJW166100370, JW237000002, THDJW197300272, THDJW197300290 Operating instructions
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
for Pre-Hung Exterior Entry Doors (JII106)
Thank you for selecting JELD-WEN ® products. Attached are
JELD-WEN’s recommended installation instructions for Exterior
Wood, Steel and Fiberglass Pre-Hung Doors. Read these instructions
thoroughly before beginning. They are designed to work in most
existing applications; however, existing conditions may require
changes to these instructions. If changes are needed, they are made
at the installer’s risk. For installations other than indicated in these
instructions, contact a building professional. Areas such as Florida
and the Texas TDI region have different anchoring requirements
based on product certification. For information on specific products,
visit www.floridabuilding.org or www.tdi.texas.gov and follow the
anchoring schedule given in the drawings for the product instead of
the anchoring schedule in this document.
Newer construction methods have led to an increase in air and water
tightness in buildings. This frequently leads to negative air pressure
inside the house, which can draw water through very small openings.
Our installation method seals the door to the weather barrier (typically
building wrap) and uses a sill pan to capture and drain incidental storm
water from under the door.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND GLOSSARY
Not all exterior door types may be installed into every wall condition
in all areas. See our Appropriate Protection document for overhang
requirements and our Additional Requirements document for Fire
Doors at www.jeld-wen.com/resources. Consult your local building
code official (or Authority having Jurisdiction) for applicable building
codes and regulations. Local building code requirements supersede
recommended installation instructions.
Please Note! Any exterior door installation where the sill is higher than
35 feet above ground level or into a wall condition not specifically
addressed in these instructions must be designed by an architect or
structural engineer. Failure to install square, level and plumb and on a
flat surface (without twist or warp) could result in denial of warranty
claims for operational or performance problems.
Note to Installer: Provide a copy of these instructions to the building
owner. By installing this product, you acknowledge the terms and
conditions of the limited warranty as part of the terms of the sale.
Sill Pan
A flashing component installed in the sill of the rough opening
underneath the door. Sill pans have upturned walls along the interior
edge and at both ends, creating a three-sided box. This component
serves as a collection device to drain incidental water to the exterior of
the building and should be properly sealed to the opening. The best sill
pan design has a positive slope to the exterior and offers continuous
support to the door’s sill.
Strike Jamb
The side of the jamb that makes contact with the latch on a door slab.
Please allow sufficient time to properly prepare the rough opening,
install the entry door, and ensure its proper operation.
Estimated Install
Time for New
Construction
GLOSSARY
Backer Rod (backing material)
A material (e.g. foam rod), placed into a joint primarily to control the
depth of the sealant.
Buck
A wood framework attached to the masonry inside a window or a door
rough opening.
Door System/Pre-Hung Door
A pre-cut and assembled unit consisting of a door slab (prepared for the
locking or passage hardware) hung on hinges in a wood or metal frame.
Hinge Jamb
The side of the jamb on which the hinges of a door are installed.
Rough Opening
The framed opening in a wall where a door is to be installed.
Security Plate
A metal plate pre-installed into the frame of a pre-hung door. It is
designed to provide extra strength and stability from a forced entry
attempt by allowing the latch of the door to rest inside it when the
door is closed.
Shiplap
The layering method in which each layer overlaps the layer below it so
that water runs down the outside.
Shipping Strap
Small, metal or plastic clips that come attached to a door system.
These clips help keep a door slab closed and aligned before and during
installation.
Sidelight
A fixed, usually rectangular window placed on either side of a door.
First Time: 4.0 hr.
Experienced: 2.5 hr.
Professional: 1.5 hr.
LANDINGS
These instructions cover
two sill conditions: the
step-down landing
and the continuous
slab landing. The
installation methods
vary slightly between
landing types.
Step-Down Landing
Continuous
Slab
Landing
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3
4
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
for Pre-Hung Exterior Entry Doors (JII106)
ROUGH OPENINGS
This installation guide specifically addresses masonry/block wall,
sheathed wall and open-stud construction.
MASONRY/BLOCK WALL CONSTRUCTION
This installation
assumes that a building
professional has already
properly fastened and
sealed a framework of
studs (often called a
buck) to the concrete/
masonry wall.
Masonry/Block Wall Construction
FULLY SHEATHED WALL CONSTRUCTION
The wall framing is covered
by sheathing and the door
will be mounted with
the exterior trim flush
against the sheathing. This
installation assumes building
wrap is properly installed
prior to installation.
Fully Sheathed Wall Construction
Header
King
stud
Trimmer
studs
Sheathing
Sill area
Buck
OPEN-STUD CONSTRUCTION
The wall framing needs to be completely surrounded by backing
support (non-water degradable, thin (max. 1/8" thick) sheet material
such as plywood or lauan) before installing building wrap and the
door. The door will be mounted with the exterior trim flush against the
applied backing support.
SAFETY AND HANDLING
SAFETY
• Read and fully understand ALL manufacturer’s instructions before
beginning. Failure to follow proper installation instructions may result in
the denial of warranty claims for operational or performance problems.
• Do not work alone. Two or more people are required. Use safe
lifting techniques.
• Use caution when handling glass. Broken or cracked glass can cause
serious injury.
• Wear protective gear (e.g. safety glasses, gloves, ear protection, etc.).
• Operate hand/power tools safely and follow manufacturer’s
operating instructions.
• Use caution when working at elevated heights.
• If disturbing existing paint, take proper precautions if lead paint is
suspected (commonly used before 1979). Your regional EPA
(www.epa.gov/lead) or Consumer Product Safety Commission offices
provide information regarding regulations and lead protection.
• WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products
generates wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to
cause cancer. Use a respirator or other safeguards to avoid inhaling
wood dust.
MATERIALS AND DOOR HANDLING
• Make sure the operating panel is secured prior to installation.
• Heed material manufacturer’s handling and application instructions.
• Protect adhesive surfaces from dirt, moisture, direct sunlight and
folding over onto themselves.
• Handle in vertical position; do not drag on floor.
• Do not put stress on joints, corners or frames.
• Store door in dry, well-ventilated area in vertical, leaning position to
allow air circulation; do not stack horizontally.
• Protect from exposure to direct sunlight during storage.
• Install only into vertical walls and when conditions and sheathing
are dry.
IF INJURY OCCURS, IMMEDIATELY SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION!
MATERIALS AND TOOLS
PROVIDED MATERIALS
• 2 - #9 x 2½" screws.
• Foam weatherstrip wedges (corner seal pads).
NEEDED MATERIALS
Note! JELD-WEN exterior window and door products should be
installed in accordance with JELD-WEN’s recommended installation
and flashing directions, which are shipped with the products or can
be found on our website: www.jeld-wen.com. Note that alternative
installation methods and flashing systems may be utilized at the
installer’s or owner’s discretion and, in such situations the installation
should be done in accordance with the flashing manufacturer’s
instructions. Follow all material manufacturer’s instructions for
proper use and compatibility. When using flashing, spray adhesive/
primer, sealant and foam products, we recommend using the
same manufacturer and verifying compatibility. It is the End User’s
responsibility to determine if dissimilar materials are compatible to the
substrates in the application.
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• Lockset
• 10d galvanized casing nails (if plan to stain) or #8 x 3" deck screws (if
plan to paint).
• Non-compressible or non-water degradable shims.
• Sill pan: It is best practice to use a pre-formed, rigid, positively
sloped, pvc pan that provides continuous support. We recommend
using SureSill™ Sloped Sill Pan™, manufactured by SureSill™, Ltd. An
alternative would be a non-sloped pre-formed sill pan or one that
can be fabricated on site from metal or vinyl sheet material with the
proper tools.
• Backer rod 1/8" larger than the widest portion of the gap (used in
conjunction with sealant bead).
• Sealant: We recommend OSI® QUAD® Max Sealant or equivalent. This
can be used in any application and can be painted or ordered in a
color matched product, if desired.
• Polyurethane low expansion Window and Door foam: We recommend
OSI® QUAD® Foam or equivalent).
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MATERIALS AND TOOLS - CONTINUED
• Plastic drain screen with crisscross or woven pattern (sold in 6" widths
to protect rain gutters) for step-down landings.
• 3/8" staples for step-down landings.
• Drip cap, if required because of door location and exposure. Doors
with an adequate overhang (see our Appropriate Protection
document at www.jeld-wen.com/learn/resources/care-maintenance)
may not need a drip cap.
For installations into a Buck:
• Liquid applied flashing (Protecto Wrap LWM 200 or equivalent).
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NEEDED TOOLS
• Cutting shears (sill
pan)
• Tape measure
• Utility knife
• Level (4 ft. minimum
recommended)
•
•
•
•
•
•
J-roller
Caulking gun
Drill with bits
Construction stapler
Hammer
Screwdrivers
•
•
•
•
•
Nail set
Square
Pencil
Pry bar
Small punch or
magnet
REMOVE PACKAGING AND INSPECT DOOR
REMOVE PACKAGING
Remove shipping materials such as corner covers, shipping blocks
or pads. Remove any staples exposed on the frame, but leave glass
protective films.
1. If the door unit
includes packaging
or a skidboard under
the threshold and
bottom end of the
side jamb, remove
it. If the door comes
with a security plate
on the outside of the
frame at the strike,
DO NOT remove
it. Install the door
with the security
plate attached.
2. If the door is
fastened closed
with a duplex
nail or removable
plastic plug, remove
these along with
the packaging
and crating.
Note! If the door has
shipping straps, DO
NOT remove them
until instructed to
do so. These hold
the door system
aligned and closed
during installation.
Shipping strap
Skidboard
INSPECT DOOR
Security plate
Shipping strap
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For installations into a stud-framed wall:
• 4", 6", or 9" (as required by local code and window configuration)
wide self-adhered flashing: We recommend OSI® QUAD® Butyl Flashing
Tape or equivalent.
• Cosmetic damage.
• Product squareness (diagonal measurements must be within
1/4" difference).
• Correct product (size, color, grid pattern, handing (side the hinges are
on), glazing, energy-efficiency requirements, etc.).
If any of the above conditions represent a concern, or if you expect
environmental conditions to exceed the door’s performance
rating, do not install the door. Contact your dealer or distributor
for recommendations.
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INSPECT ROUGH OPENING
• Determine prior to
Verify Square, Level and Plumb
installation what the
actual finish floor
height will be and
adjust the rough
opening if needed
A
to accommodate a
taller unit height.
Most doors use a 1a"
E
C
high threshold which
provides adequate
clearance in most
D
applications. This
B
ensures that the
door does not drag
on interior floors
after installation.
• Verify the door is 1" narrower and 3/4" shorter (1/2" each smaller if
code requires) than the rough opening width/height. 90-minute fire
doors should be 1¼" narrower and 5/8" shorter.
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FOR RETROFIT INSTALLATIONS
After removing the old door, remove sufficient cladding (siding, stucco,
etc.) to expose enough intact building wrap to properly seal the door
system to the opening. If damaged, apply new building wrap in shiplap
manner. Verify the rough opening framing is structurally sound. Contact
your local waste management entities for proper disposal or recycling
of products being removed.
INSTALL SILL PAN
The sill can be prepared using one of two methods: We recommend
SureSill™ Sloped Sill Pan™ available from SureSill at www.suresill.com,
building supply stores, and some manufacturing locations. As an
alternative, a sill pan can be fabricated on site, by following the
instructions below. If installing a SureSill™ sill pan, follow SureSill’s
instructions for installation and skip to section 5 “PREPARE
STUD-FRAMED WALL“.
JOBSITE FABRICATED SILL PAN
1. Cut a piece of sheet
material to the
length shown.
2. Lightly crease folding
lines 1/2" in from the
two short sides and
one long side.
3. Measure the distance
from the back of the
trim to the interior
edge of the frame
and add 9/16".
4. Take this distance
from the back edge
and lightly crease a
folding line across
the sheet material.
5. For step-down
landings, cut 1/2"
in at this line on
both sides of the
sheet material.
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• Verify the rough opening is square. The (A) and (B) measurements
should be the same. Maximum allowable deviation from square
is 1/4".
• Verify the rough opening is plumb (C, E and D). The maximum
allowable deviation is 1/8".
• The rough opening sill must not be crowned or sagged (D), but rather
be level or sloped (positive slope) to the exterior.
• The exterior face of the rough opening must be in a single plane (E)
with less than 1/8" twist from corner to corner.
• Minimum double studs should be used at all wood framed
rough openings.
• The header must be supported by trimmer studs.
6. For continuous
slab, cut across the
folding line.
7. Fold the three back
sides up to make a
3-sided box, and, for
step-down landings,
fold the front
flap down.
Continuous slab
Step-down
Length of rough opening sill plus 1"
½"
½"
Frame
width
+9/16"
Folding line
½"
½"
Interior
Measure
frame
width
Fold sides and back up
Fold corner
forward
Fold front
flap down
INSTALL SILL PAN
1. Set the sill pan in
the rough opening,
aligning the front
edge (for continuous
slab) or folded down
edge (for step-down)
with the exterior of
the rough opening.
2. Mark a line across
the front and back of
the sill pan.
3. Apply three 3/8"
beads of sealant
between the lines.
4. Place the sill pan in
the rough opening.
Firmly press the sill
pan into the sealant
with a J-roller.
Sealant
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PREPARE BUCK
Note! This section applies to installations into a buck only. For
installations into a stud-framed wall, begin with section 5, “PREPARE
STUD-FRAMED WALL.”
1. Seal any joint larger than 1/16" in the buck and between the buck
and the concrete/masonry with sealant.
2. Cover the buck and the surrounding concrete/masonry at the head
and jambs and sill with liquid applied flashing as shown.
END of Buck Instructions, SKIP to section 6, “INSTALL DOOR.”
Liquid applied
flashing
Sealant joints
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PREPARE STUD-FRAMED WALL
FOR RETROFIT INSTALLATIONS
After removing the old door, remove sufficient siding to expose at least
9" of intact building wrap. If damaged, apply new building wrap in a
shiplap manner. Verify header and trimmer studs are structurally sound.
PREPARE BUILDING WRAP
Verify these steps are allowed by the building wrap manufacturer.
1. Trim building
wrap flush with
the edges of the
rough opening.
2. If installing a drip
cap, (recommended
6"
because this
integrates the
building wrap and
45˚
drip cap to protect
the structure and
the product from
incidental water)
at the head, slit
building wrap 6"
at 45°. Tape up
as shown.
3. Trim the sides
sufficiently to allow
the nailing fin to be
mounted against
the sheathing.
4. Apply spray adhesive/
primer to the sill
pan and surrounding area. Follow manufacturer’s instructions for
application methods.
5. Cut a piece of self-adhered flashing the length of the sill and apply
over the sill pan as shown. The bottom of the sill pan should be
completely covered by the self-adhered flashing. For step-down
landings, fold flashing down as shown. For continuous slabs, trim
flush with rough opening.
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6. Cut two pieces of
self-adhered flashing
6"
6" wide by the sill
pan width + 3" long.
Sill pan
width
a. For continuous
slab landings
Discard
(for
only, cut out the
3" continuous
slab only)
inside corner.
b. Adhere the pieces
of flashing to the
Step-Down
3"
inside corners.
Landing
Stretch flashing
Sill pan
3"
as needed to
width
cover corners and
lay flat.
7. Smooth gaps or
Sill pan
width
bubbles beneath
self-adhered flashing
with a J-roller
Continuous Slab
3"
Landing
(remove and replace
if necessary).
3"
8. Seal back corners of
sill pan with sealant.
9. For step-down
landings only, cut
plastic drain screen
Sealant
to length of sill +
1"
2" and staple 1/2"
below sill edge. The
1/2"
drain screen provides
a path for air to
dry any incidental
moisture in the
rough opening.
End of Stud-Framed Wall Instructions, continue with section 6,
“INSTALL DOOR.”
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
for Pre-Hung Exterior Entry Doors (JII106)
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INSTALL DOOR
Warning! To avoid injury, use at least two people to install. Adequately
support the door until fully installed.
PREPARE DOOR
1. On the interior side,
apply a continuous
bead of silicone
sealant where the
exterior trim meets
the door frame as
shown. Tool into a
fillet shape.
2. Apply a 3/8"
continuous bead of
sealant across the sill
pan back dam and
over the flashing
joints as shown.
Sealant
Sealant
INSTALL DOOR
WARNING! If installing fasteners through fiberglass components, we
recommend pre-drilling holes to keep the fiberglass from splitting.
Note! This section covers single door, double door, and doors with a
transom or a sidelight(s) already installed by the factory.
1. Remove any pre-hanging clips that are fastened to the outside of
the jamb that will be covered when the unit is placed in the rough
opening. Adequately support the slab to keep it from swinging open
during installation.
2. For units with
brickmould trim,
apply a 3/8" bead
of sealant to the
back of the trim
where it will contact
the structure. From
the outside, tilt the
entire pre-hung door
into the center of
the opening. Make
sure the sill contacts
the sealant on the
sill pan back dam
(upturned leg on
the interior).
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3. Temporarily fasten
the door as follows.
For metal frames,
20"
16"
drive a nail or screw
through one lower
hole in the flange.
For doors without a
Fastener
sidelight(s), secure
the hinge jamb by
placing one 10d
casing nail (or one
#8 x 3" deck screw)
horizontally centered
Shim locations
in the hinge jamb or
brickmould trim 20"
from the top and
bottom (or just above
the lower hinge)
of the door. Do not
set nails/screws.
16"
20"
For appearance
reasons, fasteners
can be driven behind
(but not through)
the weatherstrip if desired. Secure sidelight(s) in a similar manner
through the frame and into the wall.
4. From the inside, shim the jambs as follows: One shim on each end
of the sill (between jamb and sill, not under sill). Single/double units
at each hinge location and at the strike plate. Units with sidelights,
between the sidelight and wall in at least 3 places until the door is
square in the opening.
5. For doors with metal frames, secure with nails or screws through the
provided holes in the frame either above or below every oval slot.
For all other doors, temporarily fasten the latch jamb by placing one
10d casing nail (or one #8 x 3" deck screw) horizontally centered in
the latch jamb 16" from the top and bottom of the door. Do not set
nails/screws.
6. Verify the door unit is square, then securely fasten the hinge jamb
by setting the two nails or screws installed earlier. Add an additional
nail or screw centered between the first two and one 4" from
each corner.
7. Remove any remaining pre-hanging clips. Be sure the door opens
freely and that the space between the door and the jamb is even on
all sides. Adjust if necessary by loosening or removing the strike jamb
fasteners and adjust until there is even contact between the slab and
weatherstrip. Secure all fasteners.
DOUBLE DOOR, SIDELIGHT OR TRANSOM INSTALLATIONS
1. If installing a door with a sidelight(s), shim the head on both sides of
the joint where the sidelight joins the door jamb. Fasten next to the
shims and then remove shims.
2. Shim the head of double door units or units with sidelight(s) at the
center of each slab/sidelight. Fasten next to the shims and then
remove shims. Fasten a transom in a similar manner every 16".
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INSTALL DOOR - CONTINUED
3. From the inside of
doors with sidelights
installed on a wood
floor, pre-drill for
#8 screws and fill
the holes with
sealant. Drive two
#8 x 3" deck screws
through each door
jamb and sidelight
into the floor in the
locations shown.
4. Some double door
units may require
Box unit shown
installing lock bolts at
the top and bottom
of the inactive panel.
Follow the instructions
that come with the
product if available.
Otherwise, locate the
center point of each
lock bolt, drill 3/8"
bolt holes and install keeper plates.
Interior
Door
frame
Sidelight
frame
FINISH INSTALLATION
1. Re-check for smooth door operation and even spacing between the
door and jamb. Secure the strike jamb evenly between the first two
already in place with two more 10d casing nails (or #8 x 3" deck
screws) behind the weatherstrip.
Note! Steps 2 and 3 apply only to units with hinge jamb(s) against the
rough opening.
2. Install two provided
Fastening for Top Hinge Only
#9 x 2½" wood
screws in the top
Weatherstrip
hinge through the
two holes closest to
the weatherstrip,
driving them through
the hinge jamb and
into the studs. If
Install screws
necessary, remove
the screws already in
the hinges to insert
these longer screws.
3. If installing a door
with a metal frame,
on the exterior,
slide the “L” shaped
head piece into
the inner section
and center it in the
opening. Install the
jamb pieces making
sure they are tight
against the head
piece and rough
opening. Secure with
fasteners through
the provided holes.
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4. If installing a door
with a metal frame
Weatherstrip
and adjustable
T-Strike, place A over
Deadbolt
B and place in the
cover plate
bore in the frame.
Install screws but do
not tighten. Close
door and push B
inward until the door
slightly compresses
A
B
the weatherstrip.
Open door and
tighten screws.
5. At the sill, pull
the weatherstrip
up slightly and
apply a bead of
Wedge
sealant (behind the
weatherstrip) at the
intersection of the
Sealant
jambs, brickmoulds,
thresholds and
floor as shown.
The included foam
wedges are used
to complete the
weatherstrip seal at
each bottom corner
between the jamb
and operating slab(s) when closed. Position the thick edge behind
the weatherstrip, remove the backing paper and adhere to the jamb
as shown.
6. Install drip cap if required or desired. Fold the building wrap
(previously taped up) down over the drip cap and seal the cut ends
with self-adhered flashing or building wrap tape.
7. For metal frames,
apply casing to both
sides. Mark the
locations of the oval
slots in the frame
onto the casing and
secure casing with
fasteners through the
oval slots. For snap
on steel casing, refer
to the instructions
with the clips.
8. Apply sealant around
the outside of the
door unit between
the siding and
brickmould, between
the brickmould
and the jamb
and between the
jamb sides and the
threshold. Apply a
discontinuous bead
of sealant (1/2"
gap every 1') along
the front side of
the threshold.
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INSTALL DOOR - CONTINUED
FINISH INSTALLATION - CONTINUED
FIRE DOOR HINGES
9. Create a continuous air seal on the interior between the rough opening
and the door frame with low expansion foam.
10. Ensure sealant on back dam of the sill pan fully seals to the inside
face of the sill. Apply more sealant as necessary.
11. On the exterior of step-down landings, install support trim
underneath the sill where it extends past the landing. Position trim
snugly against the bottom of the sill toe/nose.
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Do not remove or paint over any fire labels. Please see our separate
document for additional requirements for installing fire-rated doors at
www.jeld-wen.com/resources. Automatically closing hinges are required
on fire doors and when allowed to close by themselves from 18", should
close and latch securely. If it does not, adjust the spring as follows:
1. With the door
closed, insert the
provided hex wrench
Tension
so that it can be
pin
rotated clockwise.
Hold in place and
remove tension pin
Tension
with a small punch
hole
or magnet.
Clockwise
2. Rotate hex wrench
clockwise 1/4 turn
and re-insert tension
pin loosely into
tension hole.
3. Remove hex wrench and try closing force.
4. Repeat steps until closing force is adequate but do not rotate past 3
o
o
holes on 180 openings or 4 holes on 90 openings.
COMPLETE INSTALLATION
1. If installing a fire door, verify the correct seal (weatherstrip) is
installed in the frame and conforms to local codes.
2. Fill any nail/screw holes and sand smooth.
3. Finish all six sides of the door slab as well as the frame.
4. Install exterior wall surface within seven days of installation.
5. Install lockset hardware per supplied instructions.
6. Remove protective film (if applicable) on glass after all construction is
complete or within one year.
7. Protect recently installed units from damage from plaster, paint, etc.
by covering the unit with plastic.
8. Install any interior trim as desired.
9. Sealant joints will need to be inspected at least once a year and
repaired as necessary.
Please visit jeld-wen.com for warranty
and care and maintenance information.
Thank you for choosing
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