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How can I know the manual on/off switch is in the ON position? It just keeps rotating counterclockwise and the lights never come on.

Tried changing time of day on the clock and adjusting pins. The manual on/off switch just keeps rotating counter-clockwise, but the lights do not turn on.

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look closer at those pins as the motor turns those pins turn a togle switch on and off make sure those pins are able to togle that switch you will see that switch under the that timer disk

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