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Most of the plug-in wall timer manuals mention that they don't work with extension cords.
I assume this has to do with the rechargeable battery.
A work-around would be to buy the Woods, or GE or Utilitec in-wall timer where the clock is powered by the electric circuit and not a battery.
The timer takes the place of a wall switch.
And then wire the timer circuit to a wall receptacle.
Of course this would take wiring.
The following page shows a variety of in-wall timers.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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