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I purchased all of my cameras and DVR a la carte and found it to be a bit cheaper and you get what you wany. Ebay is your friend for finding the parts and components necessary. There are many options available for DVR systems now. In this day and age you will definitely want something that is HD capable. There are a lot of systems out there called hybrid ...


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Even though it is a steel door you are able to expand the hole. You just need to the right tools to do so. I would use a different lock besides Schlage if you want something more secure then I would good with Medeco. I would use a power saw, you can get them at Home Depot, or any hardwood store. In the power saw department, they should have attachments for ...


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The best type of lock for that situation would be to get a double sided deadbolt. So if someone where to break the window they would be able to unlock the door, they would still need a key from the inside.


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At my house, I was fortunate to have an exterior outlet, directly below where I wanted to mount my camera. I tapped into that outlet with a Romex cable, and ran it up the inside of the wall. I cut a large hole, and mounted a 3-gang electical box, and ran the Romex into it. I wire the Romex to a small DC power supply. I mounted the camera to a 3-gang ...


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It is all depending on the deadbolt that you have. If it is a standard lock they can usually just pick it or bump key it. But if it a security lock then the only way that they are able to open it is to drill the lock. Most of them will try everything before drilling because once they drill your lock, you would need to replace it.


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This technique is very efficient and it's scary to learn how easy it is for burglars to enter your home this quickly and virtually without any noise or sign of forced entry .Anyway, there are some things you can do to prevent this from happening to you: -Modifying your existing locks and deadbolts is a cost effective way to make your locks more secure. A ...


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I found it! It's an Acorn Latch Kit. Thanks for the replies.



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