• Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
  • Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
  • Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
  • Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
  • Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond
Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond

Woods 59720WD In-Wall 30-Minute digital countdown timer, Light Almond

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  • Automatically turns OFF after selected time
  • 1 push button settings turns OFF after 5, 10, 15, or 30 min, or OFF
  • Easy install and fits any single or multi-gang decorator switch plate
  • CFL, LED, Incandescent compatible
  • 120V, 60Hz, 1/4Hp, 15A 1800W General Use/Resistive, 8.3A 1000W Tungsten, 8.3A 1000VA Ballast
  • Push one button to set timer to 5-10-15-30 minutes
  • Helps save energy costs
  • Install behind standard decorator or switch style wall plates
  • Works with lamps, fans and other appliances easily
  • Automatic shut-off

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Low Price Trumps Form and Overall Quality I really wanted to like the Woods Timers. I purchased 3 of the Woods 59007 Decora Style 30-15-10-5 Minute Preset Wall Switch Timer, White, 30-Minute to replace all of the standard switches that control bathroom fans in my home, and 1 Woods 59008 Decora Style 60-30-20-10 Minute Preset Wall Switch Timer, White, 60-Minute to replace the fan switch in my laundry room. I was tired of fans getting left on for hours on end. The concept of a timer switch is great, and it will save both power and wear/tear on the fans themselves. Unfortunately, I'm a stickler for good design, and that is precisely where the Woods products come up short.I was initially hesitant to pull the trigger on the Woods units because I'd read other reviews that complained about the look and fit of the devices in a Leviton Decora Style wall plate. Other (possibly less fastidious) reviewers chocked the fitment issues up to a poor installation, and pointed to the break-off spacers that are included in each unit. Well after installing one of the 30 minute units, I can say that no matter how the switch is shimmed or spaced it will not look right. I wanted to save money over the more expensive Leviton LTB30-1LZ Decora 1800W Incandescent/20A Resistive-Inductive 1HP Preset 5-10-15-30 Minute Countdown Timer Switch, White/Ivory/Light Almond units, but in this case the savings isn't worth the unfinished look of the Woods units.The flaw with the Woods design is the shape and styling of the switch itself. First, it is too shallow. Secondly, the device has beveled edges which cause an abrupt transition between the switch and the wall plate. Third, I felt like the color of the switch was ever so slightly off-white when compared to the brand new Leviton white wall plate that I installed along with it.From a purely functional standpoint, the Woods timers seemed perfectly sufficient during my short experience. If you're installing in a location where function is the primary objective, this is a decent product. Especially so if you're looking to save a few bucks... But if you're the type of person that cares about small details (like all of the screws on your switch plates are perfectly aligned), don't bother with Woods. 2Great Value - Near Perfect Design - No infinite setting! Even works CFL/LED-only! Trying to find a timer that A) does NOT have an infinite switch setting and B) has a maximum of 30 minutes and C) works on both CFL/LED-only and incandescent/fan is NOT easy. The Leviton I bought at Home Depot 1) was twice as much, 2) does not work on CFL/LED only, and 3) died after only a few months was the closest I came before finding this switch. So that's a 4-start rating minimum just out of the gate.Notes: As other's have noted, it has a shallow face. So it does fit into the Leviton square cutout plate, but it doesn't go edge to edge (beveled) and doesn't stick out at all from the face of the plate. Also, it's a bit bulky on the inside making it a challenge if you have a lot of wires and a small space behind the switch. Also, **requires** using not just the red/black but the white (neutral) as well.And as others have noted, it's very tricky to get the this to work with the Leviton square cutout plate. It has to be just perfect, especially using the 2x1 plate I had was very challenging, and the shallowness didn't help in this regard.Finally, the button is rather inordinately tiny and non-obvious, but at least with the required white/neutral connection the "Off" light LED is light, so that's helpful in very dark environments. 5Very nice timer switch. Just a little short of perfect. The Woods 59007 Decora style 30-15-10-5 minute timer switch is a pretty nice timer switch.The first time you press the pushbutton switch, the switch turns on, and will turn off after 5 minutes. If you desire for the switch to be on a longer timer, the pushbutton switch can be pressed again to increase the on-time. The second press increases the on-time to 10 minutes. The third press increases the on-time to 15 minutes. The fourth press increases the time to 30 minutes. A fifth press will turn the switch back off.As the remaining on-time counts down, the LED indicators show the approximate on-time remaining. For example, if the switch is turned on with a 15 minute setting, initially the green 15-minute LED is lit. After being on for 5 minutes, the green 15-minute LED is turned off, and the green 10-minute LED is lit. After 5 more minutes, the green 10-minute LED is turned off, and the green 5-minute LED is lit. After 5 more minutes, the green 5-minute LED is turned off and the red off LED is lit (and the switch output is turned off, turning off whatever the switch is powering).At any time, the pushbutton switch can be pressed to change the remaining on-time. Each press of the pushbutton moves the on-time setting to the next value in a circular pattern as follows. 5 minute -> 10 minute -> 15 minute -> 30 minute -> off -> 5 minutes -> etc. For instance, if the 5-minute LED is lit, and the pushbutton is pressed twice, the 15 minute LED will be lit instead of the 5 minutes LED, and the switch will remain on for 15 more minutes.The switch is totally silent except when turning the switch on and when the switch is turned off, at which times you can hear a soft click. I've not disassembled the switch to tell for certain, but it sounds like the switch uses a relay for switching (rather than a triac) to turn its output on and off.The 30, 15, 10, and 5 minutes LEDs are all green. The off LED is red.The timings appear to be very accurate. When I tested, the timings seemed to be accurate within 1 second.The switch plastic has a bit of fine texturing. When I installed it, I think the texturing made it appear very slightly less white than the switch cover around it, but the apparent color difference was not (in my opinion) objectionable.Here is why I didn't give the switch a 5-star rating: As other reviews have noted, if you just install the switch and screw it into place in the junction box, it sits too low beneath the switch cover to look nice. There is an objectionable (in my opinion) gap around the edge of the switch between the switch and the switch cover. What I did was to put 3 flat washers (number of flat washers determined empirically by trial and error) between the switch and the junction box to shim the switch forward. After doing this, the switch looked nice under the switch cover.One last quirk with the switch: The directions tell you to wire the switch's green wire to the house wiring's green wire. I've never seen a green wire in house wiring. In the house wiring, the earth wire is pretty much always an uninsulated wire. What they should have said is to connect the switch's green wire to the house wiring's uninsulated wire (or wire with green insulation).I installed this switch to control a bathroom exhaust fan. After shimming up the switch with flat washers as described above, the switch has worked well and looks nice. I can't comment on the reliability of the switch, as I have only been using it for about a week. I hope that it lasts a long, long time, because I really like this switch. I intend on installing it in two more bathrooms in my house when I add bathroom exhaust fans in those bathrooms.UPDATE 11/16/2011 - I've been using two of the switches to control bathroom exhaust fans for over a year now. The switches are used several times each day. They continue to work flawlessly. The third has only been in service (also controlling power to a bathroom exhaust fan) for about a month, but based on the performance of the first two, I don't anticipate having any problems with it.UPDATE 3/21/2013 - All three switches are still in service, are each used several times a day, and all all still working well. 4Timer cannot count to 60, or even halfway We use this as a timer for the bathroom fan, and I like that it will turn off the fan after a delay. What I don't like is that setting it to 60-minutes rarely gets it to operate for even 30 minutes. The timer is WAY off and also inconsistent. A few of my "experiments" had it run for 17 min, 28 min, and 22 min when set to 60 minutes. What a joke.As other people mention, the plate doesn't fit a standard switch plate. After cracking a switch plate on the first try, I went back to buy a better plate that wouldn't break -- I recommend that you do the same, but on your first try.I paid $15 and would have gladly spent another $10 to get something that fits a plate and has a timer that consistently operates to the time I set it to. Alas, it's already installed and the hassle to purchase another and swap them out just isn't worth it. 2Accurate timer Reading other reviews, I felt one from an electronic engineer with decades of experience would be good. All of these type of electronic timers require a white wire connection, how else would they be powered! If you don't want to connect a white wire, you'll need a mechanical type timer.It fits flush to a Leviton plate just fine. No washers or shims required. Anyone who is experienced in electrical install knows you can loosen the bolts a variable amount that hold an outlet, switch, or this timer to the wall box and when you tighten the plate bolts to the switch, it will pull the switch to the plate. So this takes a bit of trial and error but it is standard for any proper install regardless of the type of device.I get it that some may not like the radius on the front edges but that's hardly a reason for two stars. Within my install, I added a photo, the timer's front is flush with the leviton switch plate using the technique I describe above.The time is definitely digitally derived not R/C based. I have two and they both timed every interval, 5/10/15/30 minutes, to within one second vs a stop watch. The LED changes to show the time remaining to the nearest selection as it counts down. If it is in the middle of a countdown, and you select the next higher time, it will correctly go to the new time selected and discard the previous remaining time.After install, while it was timing, I turned on and off the co-located, same circuit, lightswitch (two 60W incandesent bulbs, high inrush current) a good 100 times to create electrical noise and the timer was not affected, it still was accurate to one second.The only nitpick thing I would have changed as a designer is to flip the physical layout of the time LEDs with 30 minutes on top and 5 minutes on the bottom above the red off LED. It is a "countdown", emphasis on "down" timer after all :-) 5It is inexpensive, it works but... I have ordered three of these for our bathroom vent fans. They are a very good price, they look decent and they work...so far.I do agree with others that there is a design flaw, or quality control flaw with these in as far as they do not seat out in the cover plate as they should. I read reviews where they used washers to bring the body out farther. It will work. Why not just take off the wings and use them? Yes, the wings you take off if installing in an old construction box. Look at the photo as I have pointed a screwdriver to one. They just bend at the crease to come off. Instead all I did was bend them back on each side and top and bottom so that when I screwed the timer into the box it would sit farther out. No muss, no fuss. If the designer/engineer had checked the specs better this would not be a problem.One other small thing I dinged this timer on was the mounting screws supplied were flat tip. Sorry but Phillips head screws are and have been the norm for the mounting screws for some time, just the plate mounting screws are flat tip.I stripped the insulation off further from all the wires, about an 1/8", so that I a better connectivity when using the wire nuts.I am hoping that these timers work for a long time but if not the price is right and maybe someone will read the reviews and correct the flaw. 4Works well, easy to use, clear wiring instructions. We put these timers on all our bathroom exhaust fans so we don't forget to turn the fans off. The timers work great. The max one hour is more than we typically need and you can always bump the time up on your way out if you want it to run longer simply by tapping the button a couple times.. As an added bonus, the LED is just bright enough to help you locate the bank of light and fan switches in the dark. As with all timers if your electrical box is really stuffed you may need to do some rearranging of the wires in the box to get the timer in. Timers need more space than the electrical switches they replace so you may need to patiently rearrange wires to the back of the box to make room. I like that they also put the wiring diagram on the timer itself so if you need a reminder of which wire is feed and which is load, it's right there on the timer case. 5I love it so far I love it so far. My family doesn't seem to understand how to turn off the light in our laundry room, so I installed this timer. It was about half the cost of the ones I saw from Home Depot/Lowes. The install was easy(I have a basic understanding of electrical wiring, the instructions cleared up any questions). It is quite large so you do need to make sure there's enough space for the switch and its wires. It's not sitting totally flush with the faceplate, not sure if its because of the faceplate brand or what, but I'm not bothered by it. If I run into any issues i'll be sure to update my review. 52017) - So far I am happy with the functionality of this digital countdown timer (04.12.2017) - So far I am happy with the functionality of this digital countdown timer. The installation was a breeze, less than 15 minutes. Took longer to turn off/on the main power to the area where the timer was going to be installed. The construction of if seems to be pretty good. I took a chance on the timer, after reading some reviews that it did not sit flush with some wall plates. I ended purchasing a generic wall plate from my local hardware store and ended up fitting like a glove.Lets see how it holds up the next couple of weeks/months. I'll try to remember to update my review. 4The time numbers printed on the front face mean absolutely nothing. I expect this review will get lost in the hundreds of others, but if you get here, this is what BOTH the switches I purchased do:Pros:Pushing the button moves down through the timer sections as advertised;They fit satisfactorily in my electrical boxes.The installation instructions were acceptable.The bathroom fans I'm running with them operate as they should.Cons:The time numbers printed on the front face mean absolutely nothing. Sometimes it times out at the stated time. Many times it just quits early. Whatever design Woods is using as a timer is NOT reliable. Obviously, timing accuracy wasn't in their design specs.The physical design of the offset of the front face to the mounting tabs is insufficient, so mounting it without some sort of shim will cause the front face to be inset too much & it looks ridiculous. I cut & used some small pieces of a cardboard box between the wall & the mounting tabs to set it out enough to be flush with the cover plate.I'll keep these because I already have them installed, & they do function correctly as a timer at whatever random time they choose to time out on, but I now believe this will be the last Woods product I acquire and if the reliability design equals the functional design then I do not expect to have to put up with them very long anyway. 2
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Low Price Trumps Form and Overall Quality I really wanted to like the Woods Timers. I purchased 3 of the Woods 59007 Decora Style 30-15-10-5 Minute Preset Wall Switch Timer, White, 30-Minute to replace all of the standard switches that control bathroom fans in my home, and 1 Woods 59008 Decora Style 60-30-20-10 Minute Preset Wall Switch Timer, White, 60-Minute to replace the fan switch in my laundry room. I was tired of fans getting left on for hours on end. The concept of a timer switch is great, and it will save both power and wear/tear on the fans themselves. Unfortunately, I'm a stickler for good design, and that is precisely where the Woods products come up short.I was initially hesitant to pull the trigger on the Woods units because I'd read other reviews that complained about the look and fit of the devices in a Leviton Decora Style wall plate. Other (possibly less fastidious) reviewers chocked the fitment issues up to a poor installation, and pointed to the break-off spacers that are included in each unit. Well after installing one of the 30 minute units, I can say that no matter how the switch is shimmed or spaced it will not look right. I wanted to save money over the more expensive Leviton LTB30-1LZ Decora 1800W Incandescent/20A Resistive-Inductive 1HP Preset 5-10-15-30 Minute Countdown Timer Switch, White/Ivory/Light Almond units, but in this case the savings isn't worth the unfinished look of the Woods units.The flaw with the Woods design is the shape and styling of the switch itself. First, it is too shallow. Secondly, the device has beveled edges which cause an abrupt transition between the switch and the wall plate. Third, I felt like the color of the switch was ever so slightly off-white when compared to the brand new Leviton white wall plate that I installed along with it.From a purely functional standpoint, the Woods timers seemed perfectly sufficient during my short experience. If you're installing in a location where function is the primary objective, this is a decent product. Especially so if you're looking to save a few bucks... But if you're the type of person that cares about small details (like all of the screws on your switch plates are perfectly aligned), don't bother with Woods. 2Great Value - Near Perfect Design - No infinite setting! Even works CFL/LED-only! Trying to find a timer that A) does NOT have an infinite switch setting and B) has a maximum of 30 minutes and C) works on both CFL/LED-only and incandescent/fan is NOT easy. The Leviton I bought at Home Depot 1) was twice as much, 2) does not work on CFL/LED only, and 3) died after only a few months was the closest I came before finding this switch. So that's a 4-start rating minimum just out of the gate.Notes: As other's have noted, it has a shallow face. So it does fit into the Leviton square cutout plate, but it doesn't go edge to edge (beveled) and doesn't stick out at all from the face of the plate. Also, it's a bit bulky on the inside making it a challenge if you have a lot of wires and a small space behind the switch. Also, **requires** using not just the red/black but the white (neutral) as well.And as others have noted, it's very tricky to get the this to work with the Leviton square cutout plate. It has to be just perfect, especially using the 2x1 plate I had was very challenging, and the shallowness didn't help in this regard.Finally, the button is rather inordinately tiny and non-obvious, but at least with the required white/neutral connection the "Off" light LED is light, so that's helpful in very dark environments. 5Very nice timer switch. Just a little short of perfect. The Woods 59007 Decora style 30-15-10-5 minute timer switch is a pretty nice timer switch.The first time you press the pushbutton switch, the switch turns on, and will turn off after 5 minutes. If you desire for the switch to be on a longer timer, the pushbutton switch can be pressed again to increase the on-time. The second press increases the on-time to 10 minutes. The third press increases the on-time to 15 minutes. The fourth press increases the time to 30 minutes. A fifth press will turn the switch back off.As the remaining on-time counts down, the LED indicators show the approximate on-time remaining. For example, if the switch is turned on with a 15 minute setting, initially the green 15-minute LED is lit. After being on for 5 minutes, the green 15-minute LED is turned off, and the green 10-minute LED is lit. After 5 more minutes, the green 10-minute LED is turned off, and the green 5-minute LED is lit. After 5 more minutes, the green 5-minute LED is turned off and the red off LED is lit (and the switch output is turned off, turning off whatever the switch is powering).At any time, the pushbutton switch can be pressed to change the remaining on-time. Each press of the pushbutton moves the on-time setting to the next value in a circular pattern as follows. 5 minute -> 10 minute -> 15 minute -> 30 minute -> off -> 5 minutes -> etc. For instance, if the 5-minute LED is lit, and the pushbutton is pressed twice, the 15 minute LED will be lit instead of the 5 minutes LED, and the switch will remain on for 15 more minutes.The switch is totally silent except when turning the switch on and when the switch is turned off, at which times you can hear a soft click. I've not disassembled the switch to tell for certain, but it sounds like the switch uses a relay for switching (rather than a triac) to turn its output on and off.The 30, 15, 10, and 5 minutes LEDs are all green. The off LED is red.The timings appear to be very accurate. When I tested, the timings seemed to be accurate within 1 second.The switch plastic has a bit of fine texturing. When I installed it, I think the texturing made it appear very slightly less white than the switch cover around it, but the apparent color difference was not (in my opinion) objectionable.Here is why I didn't give the switch a 5-star rating: As other reviews have noted, if you just install the switch and screw it into place in the junction box, it sits too low beneath the switch cover to look nice. There is an objectionable (in my opinion) gap around the edge of the switch between the switch and the switch cover. What I did was to put 3 flat washers (number of flat washers determined empirically by trial and error) between the switch and the junction box to shim the switch forward. After doing this, the switch looked nice under the switch cover.One last quirk with the switch: The directions tell you to wire the switch's green wire to the house wiring's green wire. I've never seen a green wire in house wiring. In the house wiring, the earth wire is pretty much always an uninsulated wire. What they should have said is to connect the switch's green wire to the house wiring's uninsulated wire (or wire with green insulation).I installed this switch to control a bathroom exhaust fan. After shimming up the switch with flat washers as described above, the switch has worked well and looks nice. I can't comment on the reliability of the switch, as I have only been using it for about a week. I hope that it lasts a long, long time, because I really like this switch. I intend on installing it in two more bathrooms in my house when I add bathroom exhaust fans in those bathrooms.UPDATE 11/16/2011 - I've been using two of the switches to control bathroom exhaust fans for over a year now. The switches are used several times each day. They continue to work flawlessly. The third has only been in service (also controlling power to a bathroom exhaust fan) for about a month, but based on the performance of the first two, I don't anticipate having any problems with it.UPDATE 3/21/2013 - All three switches are still in service, are each used several times a day, and all all still working well. 4Timer cannot count to 60, or even halfway We use this as a timer for the bathroom fan, and I like that it will turn off the fan after a delay. What I don't like is that setting it to 60-minutes rarely gets it to operate for even 30 minutes. The timer is WAY off and also inconsistent. A few of my "experiments" had it run for 17 min, 28 min, and 22 min when set to 60 minutes. What a joke.As other people mention, the plate doesn't fit a standard switch plate. After cracking a switch plate on the first try, I went back to buy a better plate that wouldn't break -- I recommend that you do the same, but on your first try.I paid $15 and would have gladly spent another $10 to get something that fits a plate and has a timer that consistently operates to the time I set it to. Alas, it's already installed and the hassle to purchase another and swap them out just isn't worth it. 2Accurate timer Reading other reviews, I felt one from an electronic engineer with decades of experience would be good. All of these type of electronic timers require a white wire connection, how else would they be powered! If you don't want to connect a white wire, you'll need a mechanical type timer.It fits flush to a Leviton plate just fine. No washers or shims required. Anyone who is experienced in electrical install knows you can loosen the bolts a variable amount that hold an outlet, switch, or this timer to the wall box and when you tighten the plate bolts to the switch, it will pull the switch to the plate. So this takes a bit of trial and error but it is standard for any proper install regardless of the type of device.I get it that some may not like the radius on the front edges but that's hardly a reason for two stars. Within my install, I added a photo, the timer's front is flush with the leviton switch plate using the technique I describe above.The time is definitely digitally derived not R/C based. I have two and they both timed every interval, 5/10/15/30 minutes, to within one second vs a stop watch. The LED changes to show the time remaining to the nearest selection as it counts down. If it is in the middle of a countdown, and you select the next higher time, it will correctly go to the new time selected and discard the previous remaining time.After install, while it was timing, I turned on and off the co-located, same circuit, lightswitch (two 60W incandesent bulbs, high inrush current) a good 100 times to create electrical noise and the timer was not affected, it still was accurate to one second.The only nitpick thing I would have changed as a designer is to flip the physical layout of the time LEDs with 30 minutes on top and 5 minutes on the bottom above the red off LED. It is a "countdown", emphasis on "down" timer after all :-) 5It is inexpensive, it works but... I have ordered three of these for our bathroom vent fans. They are a very good price, they look decent and they work...so far.I do agree with others that there is a design flaw, or quality control flaw with these in as far as they do not seat out in the cover plate as they should. I read reviews where they used washers to bring the body out farther. It will work. Why not just take off the wings and use them? Yes, the wings you take off if installing in an old construction box. Look at the photo as I have pointed a screwdriver to one. They just bend at the crease to come off. Instead all I did was bend them back on each side and top and bottom so that when I screwed the timer into the box it would sit farther out. No muss, no fuss. If the designer/engineer had checked the specs better this would not be a problem.One other small thing I dinged this timer on was the mounting screws supplied were flat tip. Sorry but Phillips head screws are and have been the norm for the mounting screws for some time, just the plate mounting screws are flat tip.I stripped the insulation off further from all the wires, about an 1/8", so that I a better connectivity when using the wire nuts.I am hoping that these timers work for a long time but if not the price is right and maybe someone will read the reviews and correct the flaw. 4Works well, easy to use, clear wiring instructions. We put these timers on all our bathroom exhaust fans so we don't forget to turn the fans off. The timers work great. The max one hour is more than we typically need and you can always bump the time up on your way out if you want it to run longer simply by tapping the button a couple times.. As an added bonus, the LED is just bright enough to help you locate the bank of light and fan switches in the dark. As with all timers if your electrical box is really stuffed you may need to do some rearranging of the wires in the box to get the timer in. Timers need more space than the electrical switches they replace so you may need to patiently rearrange wires to the back of the box to make room. I like that they also put the wiring diagram on the timer itself so if you need a reminder of which wire is feed and which is load, it's right there on the timer case. 5I love it so far I love it so far. My family doesn't seem to understand how to turn off the light in our laundry room, so I installed this timer. It was about half the cost of the ones I saw from Home Depot/Lowes. The install was easy(I have a basic understanding of electrical wiring, the instructions cleared up any questions). It is quite large so you do need to make sure there's enough space for the switch and its wires. It's not sitting totally flush with the faceplate, not sure if its because of the faceplate brand or what, but I'm not bothered by it. If I run into any issues i'll be sure to update my review. 52017) - So far I am happy with the functionality of this digital countdown timer (04.12.2017) - So far I am happy with the functionality of this digital countdown timer. The installation was a breeze, less than 15 minutes. Took longer to turn off/on the main power to the area where the timer was going to be installed. The construction of if seems to be pretty good. I took a chance on the timer, after reading some reviews that it did not sit flush with some wall plates. I ended purchasing a generic wall plate from my local hardware store and ended up fitting like a glove.Lets see how it holds up the next couple of weeks/months. I'll try to remember to update my review. 4The time numbers printed on the front face mean absolutely nothing. I expect this review will get lost in the hundreds of others, but if you get here, this is what BOTH the switches I purchased do:Pros:Pushing the button moves down through the timer sections as advertised;They fit satisfactorily in my electrical boxes.The installation instructions were acceptable.The bathroom fans I'm running with them operate as they should.Cons:The time numbers printed on the front face mean absolutely nothing. Sometimes it times out at the stated time. Many times it just quits early. Whatever design Woods is using as a timer is NOT reliable. Obviously, timing accuracy wasn't in their design specs.The physical design of the offset of the front face to the mounting tabs is insufficient, so mounting it without some sort of shim will cause the front face to be inset too much & it looks ridiculous. I cut & used some small pieces of a cardboard box between the wall & the mounting tabs to set it out enough to be flush with the cover plate.I'll keep these because I already have them installed, & they do function correctly as a timer at whatever random time they choose to time out on, but I now believe this will be the last Woods product I acquire and if the reliability design equals the functional design then I do not expect to have to put up with them very long anyway. 2
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