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Need to know how to adjust motion light sensor. What is each adjustment dial or button for? I know nothing about this light but I did install it and it does work. I lost the manual.

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Need to know what light you have first

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You are talking about a motion detector attached to some type of light I presume. Your numbers mean nothing, I'm sorry to day.

Very first consideration, you do have it correctly wired, right? White to white - black to black - green to green and ground. The red goes to the lamp black wire, right??? (Light White goes to neutral (white line))

I am very familiar with motion detecting lights, working at a large resort at the seashore.

Two conditions that must exist for this light to come on ... it must be dark and there must be a motion. There should be two adjustments on your detector; one is for sensitivity and the other is time the device should remain on.

Dark ... not just sundown ... are there other lights in the area that may cause your detector to think it is day time?

Sensitivity. On minimum sensitivity, your detector is nearly blind to any but the closest movements. On maximum, it will probably see bats flying by. You must adjust to meet your needs.

Does it have a warranty? I dont know. You would have to check the information that came with your light.

I hope this information helps you ... Positive comments are appreciated.

Thanks for clarifying your question and thanks for visiting FixYa.com

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