Put an open-back handy box over the present receptacle - to extend it out. A box offset from it to another handy box for the controlled receptacle, and then another box offset to the ETC. Leave the freezer hard-wired and plug it into the controlled receptacle. Twenty minutes and I don't have to lay on the greasy floor and dick around with some miniature electronic Chinese horse**** control to do it.
Originally Posted by icemeister
Considering your current state of mind...
If you decide to mount a thermostat on the outside wall, remember there are condenser tubes attached to the inside.
The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.