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Old 04-10-2019, 07:43 AM   #1
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TriMark 060-1650 repair help

Anyway, has anyone been able to find repair parts for this lockset? Also, does anyone have an engineering drawing with parts list? I'm trying to determine if I can buy a few repair parts for when it breaks again or if I need to buy a whole new lockset.

I have this lockset on my 2015 33.3 and it broke at a truck stop last week. I did my best Duke Boy impersonation out/in the front passenger window. I still wonder what the truckers thought . When I got to the campground I removed the latch strike and we used only the dead bolt the rest of the trip.


Here are a couple old threads that I found but I can't reply to it.


http://www.irv2.com/forums/f281/trim...es-211861.html


http://www.irv2.com/forums/f281/ridi...ee-209447.html

Quote from this post: "The tri-mark web-site states the 060-0650 is discontinued, replaced by 060-1650."

I see the lockset on the tri-mark website here (060-1650) but it doesn't have a parts listing and there are multiple versions of this model shown on the view products tab.

https://www.trimarkcorp.com/en/zPlat...platformid=152

Finally if anyone can recommend a replacement that won't break I would like to consider those as well.

any help would be appreciated

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I wish I could help, but I am learning myself. We also have a 2015 palazzo 33.3.

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I wish I could help, but I am learning myself. We also have a 2015 palazzo 33.3.

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Not sure what broke on the lock for the OP. But fair warning to all with a similar lock. Mine is supposedly updated but I still had a lock failure. The main lock below the deadbolt locks on mine by pushing a small knob downward. Well, gravity and a firm slam of the door and down it can go and lock you out of the RV! Lucky for me, I had my keys in my pocket when it happened. I would love to know a solution for this.
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Not sure what broke on the lock for the OP. But fair warning to all with a similar lock. Mine is supposedly updated but I still had a lock failure. The main lock below the deadbolt locks on mine by pushing a small knob downward. Well, gravity and a firm slam of the door and down it can go and lock you out of the RV! Lucky for me, I had my keys in my pocket when it happened. I would love to know a solution for this.
Tri-mark locks are prone to fail. The deadbolt will engage then break. Leave a window unlocked is about the only solution. The lock itself will need to be drilled out in order to be replaced.
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I got tired of playing games with my original lockset and purchased one from rvlock.com. has a fob and much smoother operation.
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warranty Tri Mark

Hi,

I received a new Trimark lock under lifetime warranty from rvdesigner.com

I purchased a replacement lock previously from CW and when that one broke CW told me there is a lifetime warranty on the lock and to contact rvdesigner.com I received a free replacement after sending them pictures of the broken lock. The replacement lock is of a new design.
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To close the loop I went with the Trimark steel replacement. Just the exterior portion of the set is part number 29412-13 or 060-1650. I did a lot of research and noticed no clear replacement for us and decided to go with the Trimark again. However, I upgraded from the nickel to the steel as they mentioned the part that broke on mine is a built better on the steel version than the nickel version. The removal and replacement took about 5 minutes by removing five screws (3 on the inside and two on the side by the latch bolt and dead bolt.

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Was part on top that broke?

Replaced broke part shown with a machined steel part.

Was a challenge installing new part. Part cost $100.00 to have machined.

Not bad when this was one of many that broke over the years. $140+ each time.

Also, always broke at inconvenient time. Like there’s a convenient time. Peter
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I found a kit on Ebay to replace a broken plunger for this. I had 2 broken ones on a shelf.
Do you have a link?
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Here is what I found on ebay for the repair kit.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Trimark-060...sAAOSwEO5euYVL

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Thank you for pointing to that repair kit! My 5 years old latch did not break yet, but I did not want to risk it anymore. I used big screwdriver and broke it easily. I installed it over the weekend and all is good as per youtube video instruction. I did put a little of blue loctite on the screw.
Use a magnet to find out if your latch is magnetic or not. You may not need to replace if it is newer steel version.
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I ordered my kit. Donít want to deal with a broken lock when on the road.
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If a magnet will not stick to the striker part that is prone to breaking, you have the orig factory part and you should purchase the kit and change it out.
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lock warranty

I purchased a replacement TRI lock at CW, when that one broke CW told me that the lock has a lifetime warranty but I have to contact the manufacturer. I had to send in pictures of the broken lock and they sent me a free replacement that has a design change.........

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