Saturday, September 3, 2016

Peep Hole - Part 3 of 6 - Giant Screen

Fig.1 Inside View Screen
By Gary Boutin

Tools and Supplies:
Prime-Line Products U 9917 Giant Screen Viewer

Mrs. Black wanted a larger more secure peep hole on her front door. These post shows the product she chose to remedy this problem. 

This post shows the three steps that shows the advantages of the Prime-Line Products U 9917 Giant Screen Viewer. 

Step 1: Fig.2 below shows the Prime-Line Products U 9917 Giant Screen Viewer is constructed of white plastic. Fig.1 above shows the interior lens has a 2-inch giant viewing screen.  If you need a visual representation of this installation click here. This U-tube published on May 9, 2012 demonstrates how to install Prime-Line's Giant screen door viewer. 

Note: Performance Note: With sufficient outdoor lighting, this viewer provides arm’s length viewing. For more information click here. The Home Depot Info and Guides will send a PDF document directly to your computer.
Fig.2 Packaging picture
Step 2: Specification information for this product can be obtained from The Home Depot page. Click here to find more data. Fig.3 shows a reverse picture of fig.1 these two picture are the same part.
Fig.3 Inside upside down
Step 3: Fig.4 and fig.5 shows these two pictures are the same part. The first picture is what the door side will look like. There are some models that are different colors and this is recommended. The next post will  show address drilling the door hole
Fig.4 Door Side
Fig.5 Prism inside the door
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