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The circuit will not turn off

I installed a new internatic 104. I turned the knob and set the time. I put the on off screw ons in place. The circuit just never turns off.
Whats the deal?

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Can you turn off the circuit by moving the on/off lever manually, or by turning the time dial manually? Does the time dial rotate and keep time? If not, I'd double check the wiring diagram on the door of the enclosure first.

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