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Elevator Tips and Tricks

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When riding elevators regularly there are times when you need some help getting to your floor quickly. This guide contains elevator tips and tricks.
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By 3 found this helpful
December 11, 2012

Here's how to use an elevator without stopping.

  1. Hold the close door button until the doors close. Keep holding.
  2. Select your floor and do not let go of the number and close door button until the elevator moves.
  3. This will allow you to go straight to that floor without stopping. Works on every elevator.
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    December 12, 20120 found this helpful

    Thank you for this useful tip! I always wondered if holding certain buttons would avoid stops! Now I know how to do it! You got my vote!

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    December 13, 20120 found this helpful

    That kind of ignores the people waiting for the elevator on the floors you're passing up. They might be in a hurry also.

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    December 13, 20120 found this helpful

    Although this tip might work well it would be a very selfish thing to do because your time is no more important than someone elses time who is waiting to use the service.

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    November 14, 20140 found this helpful

    This might allow people with social phobias or claustrophobia to ride elevators. Also, in certain situations, it may provide safety. So using this technique can be a handicap accommodation and a safety measure. I hope emergency personnel like EMTs know about it. Thanks for sharing this tip.

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