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redb18b1eg6

11:58PM | 02/24/08
Member Since: 02/24/08
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my back door is not right the sliding part is on the outside so sticks wont help keeping people out someone broke in and stole my brothers 4 thousnad dollar laptop so i need to find a way to lock it to where people cant just take it off the track from the outside anyone have any ideals

myoffice

08:03AM | 06/06/08
Member Since: 12/31/07
1 lifetime posts
There are many types of auxiliary locks available that will not only prevent break-ins but will also stop the lifting out of the door from the outside. Check with your local locksmith.

golfinrut1

03:16PM | 07/08/10
Member Since: 07/06/10
2 lifetime posts
use self tapping screws and put a 2 inch 90 degree bracket on the inside lower of the door where it wont affect the opening or closing of the door and cut a 2x4 to length that can be dropped down to lock the door.

Henry

01:33PM | 08/02/11
Member Since: 07/30/11
10 lifetime posts
Hi red! What did you end up doing to take care of your problem? I have a sliding door also, but it's on the inside, so it's not a huge problem. If you don't already have one, you may want to consider getting a security system to protect your home. There have been a lot of break-ins in my neighborhood recently, so I've been looking into it myself!
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