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Should all the red pins be pulled up for the lights to be on for that time

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Following link has power pack information.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Malibu-power-pack-stopped-working.html

The trippers are pushed all the way down.
Red tripper pushes a tiny switch that turns lights ON.
Later when dial rotates around, the black tripper pushes the switch other direction, and lights go OFF.

Trippers can wear down and need to be replaced.
There are no repair parts for power packs, but link above can save you money by helping power pack last longer.

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Posted on May 13, 2011

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Hello. I can help you with this times.

Step one - insert the pins at the times you want the night light to come on and go off. The green pins will turn on the night light and the red pins will turn it off. If you just want one on time and one off time just use one pin of each color.

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