GarageDoorMan89: Using a zip tie is not recommended because if there is an emergency and
that rope needs to be pulled you might panick because it can't be pulled to
release the door from obstruction such as a person or pet. The easiest way
to avoid the problem is to set the limits on the opener so that it is not
possible to get a coat hanger through the top of the door.
Jerry Robert: By the eight second my security company knows my OHD has been opened.
Unlike most people, I have the contacts on my OHDs instead of the door
between the garage and the house.
Dale J Munk: Thanks for the heads up!!! It may not be perfect but I did mine in 10
minutes with stuff laying around the house. Cost to me - $0.00. They will
likely go to the next house instead.
Trevor McCloskey: ziptie violates safety recommendations from UL and opener manufacturer.
Theres a better way......Im in the patent stage of developement and will
have a product on market soon.
1980mkr: If the government is buying it?
mrmike1296: $5 bucks for a 1 zip tie? chit im in the wrong business! LMAO
Jeremiah Taylor: There's been a rash of Garage break-ins in Chicago, here's how to prevent
Andrei Taran: we're not gonna show you how to do it, but heres a video of how to do it.
tayb504: Where in the world does one zip tie cost 5 dollars?
Arlo Pignotti: "We're not going to show you how to break in." and then they show you how
to break in.
Gerry Lee A: 1: show the world how to break in, 2: show the world the "safety" zip tie
device, 3: is it a good idea to overiride the safety latch disconnect
anyway? As one other said why not just use the dead bolt locks already
there. Mine were disabled because of the opener. But now I'm gong to figure
out how to enable them. Then a way to install a auto latch retractor?
Denis Hughes: the carriage intrusion has been criminal intrusion trick for a long time.
its old school! stealing the garage door remote out of a homeowners car is
also old school. on youtube, type in Garage door security hacking! the only
way to prevent intrusion by this cyber hacking method, is to unplug your
operator and sidebar your door! at least at the moment! but coming soon,
imagine: no need to sidebar door, or unplug operator. homeowner has
complete control over electronic access.
Whicket Williams: This was really dumb More crooks learned how to do this than people will
use that zip tie. I have learned how to steal millions watching TV. BUT, I
am a Christian, not a crook, or I would be on easy street will millions in
banks that I learned how to all off TV
G Robey: Retired Le not a good security measure because citizens think thieves are
stupid that is the first mistake. Secure your door with a lock and key in
the side rail holes door cannot be lifted or use a bolt through the holes
that will abstruct movement of the door add a motion detector to your
security system also no one is going to take a long time trying to get in
the door too noisy and time to get in is risky for them.
berniedmj1: Hey news reporters!!! Thanks for teaching all the stupid robbers where to
look & hot to break in a garage!!! Idiots!!!
Karen Rohlfs: Nothing like giving the crooks directions. Geez. KEYE. Bad move.
Valonika Coffman: I thought the anchor said they weren't going to show how to do it.... they
end up showing how it's done. Idiots.
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