jeffr59: I actually hope thieves break in. I want them to meet my Pit Bully & Dutch Shepherd. They welcome unexpected snacks.
RDE Lutherie: I pay $5 for 100 zip ties that size, not $5 for one!! Dumb ass "reporters"! More like "makincrapuppers".
Catherine Ferreyra: this how they did it
Tom O: So the cops don't check the garage door when the alarm goes off? Great cops in that town.
C. V.: Someone tried doing this to my garage door, they broke one of the windows trying to fold in the top of the door trying to get to the cord, we believe the glass falling might have scared the person away, even if they had gotten to the string we have the doors locked on on each side so wouldn't have opened anyway.
treblagr Rod: They can still hook on to the cord and pull it through and break the zip tie just as she showed she did.
MrBeard17: $5 for a zip tie ?? Well have I got a bargain for you.. I'm selling them for $4 !
Mitch Pollard: $5 for a zip tie lelzzzzz
Bobby Shelly: FYI
Chris Todd: uh...or lock your garage door with the rail latches?
Jorge Herrera: thanks for the training video, can you sign my OJT form
tomerph: Jc Echeverria This man said it best!! don't waste your time door correctly adjusted is all u needJUST HAVE A 2INCH STRUT AT VERY TOP OF PANEL AND DOOR ARM MUST NEVER BE STRAIGHT UP, MUST BE 6 TO 8 INCHES BACK AT AN ANGLE. THAT WILL KEEP DOOR PRESSED FIRMLY TO TOP HEADER BEAM. ( NO GAP ) AND DOOR MUST CLOSE FIRMLY TO FLOOR. 5 TO 10LBS OF PRESSURE. LEVEL 5 ON DOWN FORCE.
Gerrie D: What kind of idiot reporters show more people how to become thieves? Holy Cow....
Andy H: The newer openers with the plastic latches (that are either in a down or up position) could be significantly improved with a manufacturer redesign where the release latch is pointing toward the door rather than pointing toward the opener motor.
It would be significantly more difficult for a coat hanger to latch onto. Even if you were to grab the rope you'd still be pulling toward the door but in order to release the latch you'd have to pull away from the door. This wouldn't work with the spring-loaded release mechanisms that simply require you to pull down though.
Erik Rimes: you can also use the sliding latch on the side of the door, but that would require you to get your lazy ass out of the car.
Erik Rimes: Ok, so let's compromise a safety feature to be more safe??? The Russians showed us what bypassing safety systems can lead to. Now there's a huge swath of the Ukraine that's deemed uninhabitable.
SSduckclub: WTF $5 for 1 zip tie ? I guess cost of living is very high in Texas
ultrakool: "we're not gonna show you how to break in" and then later shows you. lol
meneaitomania: check out the garage protect at the meneaitomania youtube website. It is very clever and patent pending
Colton Beedy: What I do is I put the the trolly to the end of the rail and it worked I couldn't get it :)
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