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Old 01-15-2020, 04:09 PM   #3
zedjr10
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Originally Posted by Ghostwhite View Post
It may also help to lube the rod and lock mechanism. The actuator may be gunked up and dirty enough to cause a problem in the cold. Time to take the door apart and have a look at everything.
I have already had it apart when i put a new lock lever in it. I have just been monitoring it for last few months. It has nothing to do with the rods. They slide fine. I thought it could be the locking mechanism or the relay box behind door panel. Am leaning towards relay box and dirty contacts as i have read others have had this same issue with very similar conditions. Anyone with same issue?
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