turn knob

turn knob

A small doorknob, often oval or crescent-shaped; used to control the door bolt from the inside of the door.
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Turn knob settings are easy to figure out (though I did have to peek at the manual once) and allow the cam to reset to take images between every 15 seconds to every 30 minutes.
Engaging the pawl on an F2 winch is simple with a user-friendly pull and turn knob that eliminates the need for an exposed spring.
Regardless of the existing switch type, you can choose a push-through switch, a pull chain, a turn knob or a three-way turn knob that provides two brightness levels.
The Touch & Turn knob involves pressing a program pad, then dialing for the appropriate mode or temperature.
It features dual-powered sliding rear doors with an anti-pinch feature, an i-Stop idling stop system, keyless entry/ignition (with a turn knob starter switch), front/rear parking sensors, paddle shifters and a four-speaker audio system.
After punching in the correct combination, a turn knob retracts the deadlocking latch bolt, allowing one hand operation.
The unit was also fitted with a top slide plate that was pushed into position prior to cleaning to stop the flow of material and thus prevent spillage, On the front of the unit are two large, easy to turn knobs for quick access.
It's also a good idea to make sure the panel's turn knobs are tight so moisture can't seep in.
There are devices available that will turn knobs and screw caps.
We get to turn knobs, press buttons, peer through reticles at Lenin ranting in Chinese and other absurdities in a laughably incomprehensible adult world.
As an example, the screen includes questions on whether by three years of age the child can twist lids off jars or turn knobs, or if they can speak in two- to five-word sentences.