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Track lights do not come on (Hampton Bay 9-volt light switch)

Dear Sir or Ma'am, I have the above-named switch, it has 4 buttons on it, ''Light'', ''High'', ''Medium'', and ''Low'', it has worked flawlessly for 3 months (we just moved into this house and the switch was already here). Today it quit working. The lights no longer come on although the small red light above the ''Light'' button still flashes when I push the button. I replaced the battery but it made no difference.
Can you help?

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