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Securing A Door
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Posted by: nemt

03/03/2005, 09:30:03

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I've been trying to come up with a way to secure a large metal door from someone who may have a key to the lock (which I cannot change). The door uses a standard 3-piece securing device between the knob and outer edge, as well as a solid metal bolt lock above it. The door opens to the inside. There is no way to stick something through the crack between the door and the outer edge, and the way is it built it for the door to close onto a small 1cm plate which conceals the real opening.

It is very important for me to be the only one with access to what's behind this door, any help would be GREATLY appreciated.







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