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===Elevator=== The [[elevator]] is very janky and doesn't always work. Please see the [https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Elevator elevator wiki] for lots of useful info on how to operate it safely. Often, someone usually needs to go up to NB by the stairs, close all the elevator doors firmly, and bring the elevator down. There's a [[Elevator_Buzzer|buzzer]] next to the call button so you can let the people upstairs know this needs to happen. ''' When people upstairs hear that buzzer, someone will hopefully close the gates upstairs and bring the elevator down to the 1st floor.''' If this does not happen within 1-2 minutes, please press the button again (feel free to annoy people, that is what it is there for!) until the elevator starts coming down. Very often someone will come down and ask you what you need help with (many people are unfamiliar with this buzzer) so you can politely tell them you need someone to ride the elevator down to assist you. The elevator doors are heavy and hard to manage, and are not automatically operated. Both the outer door and the inner gate must be moved when getting in and out. The elevator doesn't always line up perfectly with the floor if the call button is held too long, so a person using a wheelchair or powerchair could have difficulty getting in or out of the elevator. If that were to happen, the elevator would have to be taken to a different floor and brought back again to the desired floor. See the elevator wiki Troubleshooting Tips for info on how to fix this.
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