Tomahawk Excluder One Way Door for Raccoon and similar sized animals Model E80 - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Steve from Toronto
    01/13/2017
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    Can the Tomahawk Excluder One Way Door E80 be mounted vertically, with the "tunnel" portion pointing downwards?
    We have a critter hole in the soffit of our roof eaves, and would want to ensure it would still work mounted vertically vs. horizontally. TIA
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    The Tomahawk Excluder One Way Door E80 and other excluders must be mounted or set horizontally to function properly. If the excluder were vertical with the mounting wings on the top, the door would fall open, allowing the animals to re-enter.

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  • Asked by Irina from Los Angeles, Ca
    01/22/2014
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    How do I attach the E80 Excluder to the house?
    The openning that raccoon using to enter is larger than 8x8. It's the crawl space enterance. if we don't seal the gaps it will not go into this excluder - it will squeeze past it.
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    We have checked with the manufacturer and they offered the following advice for attaching the E80 Excluder.   You can put up boards or heavy hardware cloth found at a local hardware store around to make the gaps go away.  Then attach the excluded flaps using wire/hardware clips or staples.
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  • Asked by Kathleen from Urbana, Il
    10/03/2018
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    What prevents the raccoon opening the door on the Tomahawk Model E80 trap?
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    Tomahawk Excluder One Way Door for Raccoon and similar sized animals Model E80 has a spring to keep raccoons from opening the door back up.  

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