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Old 12-10-2015, 06:25 PM   #29
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My guess and just a guess is that its in a lock position. Try taking a flat screw driver and turn one of the openings to unlock. The smaller opening, just a guess.

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Old 12-10-2015, 08:10 PM   #30
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My guess and just a guess is that its in a lock position.
Thanks Toastie, I'll give it a try but I recently had one (everything was opposite for a door with hinges on the opposite side) and that lock lever worked regardless of the inside handle triggering it.

That said, it's a solid suggestion ~ if it works I'll be sure to report back.
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Toastie, you were correct: the smaller hole (actuated by the cylinder and key) needed to be turned a quarter turn... and then the "night lock" lever unlocked and worked normally.

However, this would mean that anyone with a key could lock someone else in the trailer... and they wouldn't be able to get out! I was able to confirm with another L54 owner that theirs did not have this issue... so perhaps the H20-2 handle and lock need to be installed for everything to work right.

Still testing, but thanks for the suggestions and I'll report back when I solve everything.
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