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E192912 what kind of battery do i need what numbers do i give them?

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Where do I buy a replacement battery?


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Woods timer model E192912

I do not recognize E192912 number

You posted under photo that shows Woods 59377, which is also sometimes Utilitec 155671or 95363 or TE06WHBL or Woods 49377 or TD2200.

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