Add this to the list of reasons why you should think twice before moving to Yuma, Ariz., where the thermometer can hit 124 degrees: nearby Marine Corps radio signals can kill your garage door opener.
The Yuma Sun speaks to a man who now has to hustle out in the heat to manually open and close his garage. He wants the company that installed the device nearly a decade ago to fix it.
“I don’t want to change garage doors,” he tells the Sun, stating that he doesn’t blame the Marines for the problem. The story says fixing the opener would cost the man between $50 and $80.
Do you think the company should be held responsible for replacing the opener?
Foothills resident has garage door problem [Yuma Sun]