What we need is...a bassoonist!
That could so easily have been lifted out of Gordon Brown's autobiography...Hi
I suspect it is the knob holding everything together, but i couldn't remove the knob.
Eleven up until now....including Pete with his hammer...oh geeezzz! i hope that Rampone never starts to play up!
Just wanna oil the handleEleven up until now....including Pete with his hammer...oh geeezzz! i hope that Rampone never starts to play up!
Anyway the handles are connected to that brass plate with the four screw holes with circlips on the inside, so you need to get the four screws out first, which you say you've already done so my guess is there must be a small grub screw holding one if not both lock handles in place....remove these, remove the brass plates with the handles still in place, pull out the square bar, undo the two screws holding the latch plate in and withdraw the lock assembly....Simples! failing that call a trades man, you know it's going to be cheaper in the long run.
If you don't mind me asking, why do you want to remove the lock from the toilet door? always thought it was the other way round?
Easily cured with a large flat blade screwdriver.And once you get the handle off, make sure you don't allow the door to close.... Especially if the handle is off on both sides, cos if you push the square rod through and it drops out the other side, you have a problem...