Bathroom Door lock

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  1. dellwood33

    dellwood33 Read Only Funster

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    The bathroom door on my van has given up the ghost and requires the lock mechanism renewing.
    It is the sort operated by a round knob on the inside and outside of the door, with rods and hooks closing at the top & bottom of the door.It is not the push pull type of arrangement.
    Anyone any idea where I can get a replacement ?
     
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    I would try a caravan breakers yard, if you dont mind second hand i seem to remember caravans having the same arrangement a few years ago
     
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    Stock answer.
    http://www.olearymotorhomes.co.uk/
     
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    That was my first instinct Brian, but O'Leary's do the push pull mechanism type, but not the "Turn the Knob" type :BigGrin:
     
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    have you had a look on ebay .
     
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    Yup - had a gander on the old Fleabay, but nothing close in my searches so far :Smile:
     
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    Does it matter if it fits ?

    Or do you prefer to turn the knob in your loo ?
     
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    Its for the bathroom, not the loo, but I would still like to be turn the Knob in the shower :BigGrin::BigGrin: but if I have to push a button, then so be it :Rofl1:
     
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