Use Timer on Bathroom Light

We live in a two story home and the kids always manage to leave the upstairs bathroom or hallway lights on. I don't notice it until after they have left for school. I then had to walk a flight of stairs to turn off the lights. I purchased a light timer switch and replaced the on/off switch in the bathroom and the light will cut itself off after 15-30 minutes depending on how far around it was turned. No more running up the stairs.


By kimsukie from Florissant, Missouri


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