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Old 05-31-2013, 03:44 PM   #1
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Lighting timers

What are people using? Ones from Walmart or Home Depot?? Thanks!

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Wallmart $ 6.99

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Cheap one from Walmart was only a couple of bucks.
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I use the X-10 system. It is a timer and I can control almost everything by remote control. Although it's not as cheap it won't loose its time during power outages.
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