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Old June 24th, 2007, 10:25 AM
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Like everyone says, the doors are very heavy with a large lever handle and it does require some strength to open. You could duck tape the top close. It holds everything and they couldn't reach it, so it would require you taking it off and opening the door yourself. Also, you could get one of those cheap portable door alarms. I've seen them at Target for under $20. Tape them to the walls and they chime when someone breaks the beam between them. My dry cleaners even uses one to let them know someone is there so I know they work.
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