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A competent rabbi should be consulted in all such cases. A similar case is discussed here where the questioner wants to know what to do if he's in a hotel where the rooms are accessed by a magnetic card. The rabbi answers that he should ask the hotel staff for a conventional key. If that fails, he can ask a non-Jew to open the door for him (since one is ...
Rav Belsky, shlit"a, explicitly declares his reasoning in the letter: ...a tiny possibility of ספק is introduced so that the odds of the melocho being completed is reduced somewhat or delayed minimally. This concept has no place in Halacha. My understanding is that his reasoning is not that different from the general principle that we are not concerned ...
He also signed on this letter, which allows for grama devices in hospitals.
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