Some walk in boxes carry some very valuable products that the owner might want to lock the door. Obviously the whole point of the locking your walk in door is to reduce stolen goods. Having the improper set up for your lock can lead to the door not being locked properly and still being able to be opened with the lock still on it… trust me, I’ve seen this one too many times. Although the door is locked the restaurant staff can still go in and out of the walk in cooler as if there’s no lock on it. In this video I tell you how to fix that problem.

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4 thoughts on “WALK IN COOLER DOOR LOCK FIXED

  1. Smash Smash says:

    Today, my coworker ask me to help install this lock. We had the exact problem as you because is the exact same lock that you had here. You know there is a design flaw no matter whether you use the carriage bolt or not. Because the problem is the latch. In the old style lock, once the padlock is through the hole you cannot open it because the latch is covered, with this design you see the big gap where the latch is, you can just use your finger to push the latch and the freezer is unlock. So all that work you did is totally useless unless the latch is fully covered.

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