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Water in timer keeps running out the hole

When I set the timer it makes a sound like the tube is opening up to allow the water to flow but when I placed the unit on the faucet and turned the water on to wait for the timer to work the water was already on. When the timer reached the time that I set it made the noise like it was opening for the water to flow and that is all. The water stayed flowing out the hole all the time.

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