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Spring Wound Timer It is pretty easy to put this timer in a 2-gang box with an outlet controlled by the timer, and an extension cord to plug the whole thing in. Then you would turn on the timer, press the button on the coffee pot, and 45 minutes later or whatever, the outlet turns off. Cost would be around $30-40, which would pay for a lot of electricity ...


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Other than the fact that you already have a coffee maker, many/most coffee makers with timer/clock arrangements will shut themselves off after an hour or so (whether started by timer or started by hand.) The most straightforward solution with the coffee maker you have is to change what you interact with to turn it on - leave the coffee maker "switched on" ...


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I'm guessing one of the red/white pairs is the line (from the panel), and the other set is a feeder to the rest of the circuit. You'll have to determine which set is the feeder from the panel, and where the other set goes and whether or not you want to GFCI protect it. If this is true, you should connect them both to the line side hot terminal of this ...


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There's a many different ways to do it, and how it's done depends on personal preference. Example Methods Long tail In this variation, the Electrician will leave one of the grounding conductors long. He'll install a ground screw in the threaded hole in the back of the box, and loop the long conductor around the screw around the middle of the conductor. ...



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