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Hi
I have just installed an LAP Standalone night sensor. It is temporarily connected to a flood light which has a movement sensor. I intend to replace that with up and down lights tomorrow. However at the moment the light comes on the goes off then on and off again. I have the control set to Dawn to dusk Is it possible that the unit is getting confused by the light it turns on and thinks its day time again.
Here is a link to the instructions http://www.free-instruction-manuals.com/pdf/pa_426445.pdf
Really hope someone can help me.
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I've moved this to the lighting section.


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Try adjusting the DUSK-DAWN dial clockwise.


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