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Amazon GE Z-Wave Plus Wireless Smart Lighting Control Duplex Receptacle Outlet, On/Off, In-Wall, White, Tamper Resistant, 14288 $29.99

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How easy are these to replace. I'm no electrician but is at simple as disconnecting wires from old switch to new?
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How easy are these to replace. I'm no electrician but is at simple as disconnecting wires from old switch to new?
Essentially. Make sure you shut off the circuit. I'm not an electrician
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How easy are these to replace. I'm no electrician but is at simple as disconnecting wires from old switch to new?
Yes, you'll need to turn off power at your breaker for that outlet first obviously. The hardest part IMO is stuffing all the wires back in the outlet box. These smart outlets are deeper than a normal outlet so there's less room behind for the wires.
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Seems like a good switch, top is always on, only botton can be remotely turned on/off
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If you do it yourself make sure you take a picture before you start. Also a good idea to label each of the wires as you disconnect them. Learned that the hard way. They also require neutral wire which not all outlets have and unless you know what you're doing it can be hard to figure out.

Don't want to scare you away I've done it myself many times and I don't really know what I'm doing but I made a mess of the wiring in one switch because I didn't realize the extra wire was connecting to another switch upstairs and had to get someone to come in and fix it. Fun times.
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Pretty easy, search on youtube. Make sure you connect the 2 wires / maybe 3 to the right places.
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Can you set these on a schedule?
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Can someone here recommend on a solution on how to connect this to wink hub?

I've had this in my garage which is connected to my outdoor low lighting but never was able to connect it to my wink hub. Brought my wink hub into the garage and placed it about 3' away and went thru the wink app adding on the ge outlet but could not get it connected. The wink app says to hold the button for 5secs but I can't get the wink to detect it. I looked on YouTube and the website but not finding any helpful tip.
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Can you set these on a schedule?
You need a hub, yes.
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Yes, you'll need to turn off power at your breaker for that outlet first obviously. The hardest part IMO is stuffing all the wires back in the outlet box. These smart outlets are deeper than a normal outlet so there's less room behind for the wires.
Thanks for the info.
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If you do it yourself make sure you take a picture before you start. Also a good idea to label each of the wires as you disconnect them. Learned that the hard way. They also require neutral wire which not all outlets have and unless you know what you're doing it can be hard to figure out.

Don't want to scare you away I've done it myself many times and I don't really know what I'm doing but I made a mess of the wiring in one switch because I didn't realize the extra wire was connecting to another switch upstairs and had to get someone to come in and fix it. Fun times.
Appreciate the heads up. I'll definitely do that to help make it easier for me
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Good deal. Appears it's no longer available at this price though.
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Sold out. Too bad. I need a few of these for various locations in my home.
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If you do it yourself make sure you take a picture before you start. Also a good idea to label each of the wires as you disconnect them. Learned that the hard way. They also require neutral wire which not all outlets have and unless you know what you're doing it can be hard to figure out.

Don't want to scare you away I've done it myself many times and I don't really know what I'm doing but I made a mess of the wiring in one switch because I didn't realize the extra wire was connecting to another switch upstairs and had to get someone to come in and fix it. Fun times.
Every outlet has a neutral wire....
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