This may be of some help to others. I have the entry handle with a lock that only locks the handle, and above that is a separate Bolt Lock with a different key. After hearing too many horror stories with the entry handle lock, we quit using it, and only Bolt Lock the door. But there is a problem with the separate Bolt lock assembly. It is a common door type made for thicker house doors. Good idea and good materials, but the thinner Rv doors cause binding when tightening up the 2 mounting screws located on the inside of the bolt lock. Instead of an easy-to-turn system, the more you tighten mounting screws, the more binding, and it becomes harder to lock/unlock. To solve the problem I found a chrome shower arm cover. This is the chrome cover that slides over the shower pipe and fits against the wall for decoration. A slight enlargement of the hole using tin snips, and it mounts between the inside bolt lock Flip-Handle and the inside door surface. Looks pretty good. and now you can tighten the screws much better, and the bolt lock works easy with no binding. Lube with lithium spray grease while apart. Hope this helps.
Jim and Connie, Silver City, NM
2016 Rockwood Ultralite 2608WS
3 lb. Teacup Chihuahua on board