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I had the same problem. On the sensor head (the bottom part of the light), you will see a plastic dome that can swivel about 360 degrees. Just behind that is a tiny dot maybe 1/8 inch in diameter. If you cover that dot with several layers of white tape the flashing stops and the light stays on. This defeats the dawn to dusk functionality because the light will always think its nightime, but I can always turn it off using the switch in the morning. The light is extremely bright when it is on, but many people struggle with the sensors never working right. If I hadnt already siliconed the light to my siding block, I would try to bypass the sensor altogether. For now the tape at least stops the flashing and I have light.

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