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Variously known as a spanner-head, snake-eye or pig-nose screwdriver. I had exactly the same problem as the OP - I think I have the same light fixing. Presumably the idea of using a weird fixing is to protect from vandalism, but it's a right pain if you don't pass on the right tool to subsequent owners. I put off replacing a blown bulb for months, looked ...
It appears you the red and black wire simply hook up to the corresponding hot legs of a 220v circuit. The schematic from your last image does not require translation. Its "good" to use caution, but your not going to tear the space time continuum. Plug it in to a switched source that you can turn off fast and dont worry about it :D
Yes, locks can be picked, or bump keys can be used. There's no difference in using these tools to unlock vs re-lock a lock.
I am new to the alarm installation world, however I just completed installing mine after much extensive, intensive research- thinking like a thief & more importantly a desperate thug! I Have incorporated both wireless & wired detection with a vista21ip panel & 6160rf keypad. I recommend motion in all rooms doubled if you can afford it- also all ...
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