John Doe: Doesn't someone make some kind of meta shield to prevent the hanger trick?
There surely must also be people who know how to wire the garage door to
the alarm also. All you need is a switch for the alarm preferably one that
is a open circuit so that if someone tries to cut the wires on the switch
it will still go off as if the switch had been activated. If you are going
to do that, get a silent alarm so the thieves don't get scared away before
the police come. Set up a few cameras to catch the priceless look on the
thieves faces when the police suddenly show up for extra fun hehehe!!!
Mike Stebbins: REALLY??? "Online videos show you how to do it but we're not going to show
you" ok don't show us but tell us where we can go to learn... Lmao. Thanks
for not showing people how to do it but telling them where they can go to
learn to do it, oh wait a minute YOU DID SHOW HOW TO DO IT!!! You showed
the guy doing it in 6 seconds. What a damn joke. Gotta love the news!
Matalonco Garage Doors: Protect your house from burglars who use your garage door as a weak spot!
Kevin Wilson: Beware! Burglars can access your home through the garage: The 6 Second
Garage Door Break-In You Can Prevent
Ricovette: Isn't the media wonderful! Only 10% of bad guys knew how to do this... Now,
they all know... I feel so much safer now... What a joke! Stay
thetruth: THANK YOU DUMBASS YOU JUST HELP THE CRIMINALS
Linda Chatterjee: Um.. Anyone thought of locking the door between the garage and the house?
Jack Levy: Protect your house from burglars who use your garage door as a weak spot!
DeagleBeagle: 5 dollar insurance policy? Zipties only cost a few pennies...
Jason New: of course what they do not tell you this is only a problem with garage
doors that have windows. What percentage of gargae doors is that, 5% maybe?
I'd like to see a thief try this with no windows. 6 seconds never, 6 hours
DONGOE: Hey thieves, come into my house - my dog is hungry.
Andrea Burdick: Everyone should do this..!
bubbatime: "We are not going to show you how it is done."... then goes on and shows us
how it is done like 5 times.
Milosz Ostrow: This problem is caused by shoddy design. I have an old, obsolete Stanley
garage door opener that requires a vertical pull on the cord to release the
carriage. Pulling the emergency release latch cord horizontally with a
coat hanger or similar wire won't get a burglar anywhere, and there is so
little of the linkage exposed at the bottom of the carriage, it would be
impossible to engage it with a wire hook.
AmeriServ Garage Doors and Openers: Garage doors serve as an entry point for a high number of home burglaries.
Watch this video to see how you can prevent yourself from becoming a
Jeff Cox: ARE YOU SERIOUS? THE THIEF IS HIDING IN THE GARAGE? WE HAVE BETTER COPS IN
MY TOWN, SORRY!
Benjamin Moore Eubank: "We're not going to show you how but here's how they do it"
daddyoca69: +Tim Stanislav even 20lbs would bust it..
Marilyn Wilkie: Then again they could go to the back door of a garage that has glass in the
door and break that without worrying about being seen out front.
COMMACK DOOR: Protect yourselves and your home by following this video's instructions.
Mouse Toad: They said they would not show us how to break in...then they show us enough
we can break in!
Cesar Gonzalez: Thought i'd send it to you....
Dennis Berry: lol "We're not going to show you how." *Proceeds to show how
tristin torres: Get liftmaster 3800 jacks haft it mounts on the side of the door
Jeff Lebowski: Statistically this way of entry is rare, thieves are more likely to break a
window to gain entry. They also use universal remotes and drive down
streets until a door opens. If you have a solid wood door or one without
windows you don't have to worry about a thief using a coat hanger. Besides
most garage door releases don't have a hole to thread a zip tie(mine
doesn't), if your opener doesn't have a hole then remove the plastic handle
on the cord.
MrSundialGuy: Thanks for the detailed story. I went right out to Walmart, came back with
a zip tie and took care of this in less than a minute. Much appreciated.
TheRanhughes: I'm sure a black person figured out how to use the coat hanger for the
purpose of breaking and entering.
John Gnazzo: No zip tie is going to prevent a thief from breaking the window and
reaching in and grabbing the release cord. Strong suggestion to NOT buy a
garage door with windows.
Longtall Sallymander: $5 for a zip tie? Now that's what I call burglary.
enoch tanchak: First off please beware there is a UL & federal law that requires the
emergency release have no more the 50lbs strength there's no way a zip tie
meets that if your putting a women whole body weight into break it. Also
note in the video they never confirmed that's how people were getting into
homes just says burglars could use a coat hanger that is a big difference.
People please use common sense a zip tie is not worth the injury or death
in an emergency nor should any professional garage door company recommend
using one. This has been addressed in many garage door magazines and no
confirmed break in we're reported , once again these are just you tube fame
Jaime Gonzalez: With burglary up in many states and in my own neighborhood, this is a must
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Diana Ramlal: Thought i'd send it to you....
Duh Enlightened One: A better solution is to take the bus so that you don't need a car so that
you don't need a garage so that you don't need a garage door.
steve morgan: You can open any door with a universal remote, in about 2 sec, wire hanger
waist of time.
altadutch: When I go on vacation I lock the door(s) to its track with a bolt and also
have the door going into the house locked with deadbolt.
zoochase: Pretty pathetic that the deputy admits they don't do a thorough search for
The 6 Second Garage Door Break-In You Can Prevent4.6
out of 5
EuroTrasho Productions: Still better than that movie with Johnny Depp. Tristan Ashby: What! I can't watch this why
RomGonzález: tutorial de ese maquillaje! *-*!! demasiado adoc para el verano/primavera..
fresco y natural :D
ps. Yo uso Effaclar gel limpiador, aunque la niña que me atendió me dijo
que era más conveniente comprar el de 400ml que sale unos $3.000 más que el
de 200ml :) ! muy demasiado bueno!!
saludos luis cuellar: Some of these pristine Polytech's run for like $3,000 almost...for that
Price I'd buy a Krebs Custom KV-13 and still have money left over for an
optic and 2000 rds of 7.62...don't get me wrong Polytech's are nice pieces
to add to a collection but they're like every other AK, they work! I
consider myself an AK guy over anything and I'm just fine with my Arsenal
SLRs, Polytech's are just hype because they're not imported anymore not
because they're the best. tjf4375: A little bit OTT to be honest - HSTs did get dirty obviously, but never to
this extent! Most of the darkest dirt collected in stripes of soot on the
cab roofs, the rest was mostly brake dust so a lighter brownish colour
airbrushed on would achieve a more subtle effect. Hunter VS: i think These are supposed to be AFTER the 1986 Transformers Movie.
Optimus Prime is Supposed to be dead. sleygzz: @control190 Mmmm okey, pero cambiale la musica ya que no se escucha la
voz.... Ya vi algunos videos, si as mejorado, hehe.saludos.