RE: how about LED bulbs on timers

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RE: how about LED bulbs on timers

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they are supposed to save even more money and are expensive but if they last 9 years, what the hey? I have the same timer issue as above and went back to incandescent but would like to know if LED will work on a timer with no nuetral wire. thanks in advance
 

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would like to know if LED will work on a timer with no nuetral wire.
If you're asking about a timer that doesn't have a neutral connected to it vs. one that does, that is a function of the timer. The type of lamp and the presence or absence of a neutral connected to the timer should be independent of each other.
 
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Old 02-17-13, 10:02 PM
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Traditional timers won't work well if no transformers but some use the ground wire or a battery.
 
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