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THE TIMER #8417899 10/14/21 03:14 PM
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I run quiet a few feeders and have accumulated twenty or so broken/non working THE TIMERS that are all out of warranty. Does anyone have and repair places for them or have luck repairing themselves.

Re: THE TIMER [Re: Baumwoll] #8417995 10/14/21 04:06 PM
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maybe you can send them back to West Texas Feeder Supply and have them repaired. Even if not in warranty you might be able to pay for them to repair them.

Re: THE TIMER [Re: Baumwoll] #8418633 10/14/21 11:39 PM
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I run two The Timer remote controls, and so far they work fine, "three years each" . But I prefer Sweeney timers. I have had good luck with them.


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Re: THE TIMER [Re: Baumwoll] #8418731 10/15/21 01:35 AM
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I believe I’m done with them. I have had to many disappointments and had to send in the serial number to many times. One email conversation had no follow up

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