I remembered today why I hate Nightscaping. But I had a big job and the customer was on a budget. The lighting was a very small part of the job so I went with a cheap transformer (vs. the Unique one I would have normally used) just to save money. Today, we finished the job and I hooked up the transformer. But the damm thing is confusing as hell. And the instructions are worthless. So I need some help. I finally figured out what everything did but I still can't get the lights to turn on with the timer. The only way I can get them to come on is using the toggle switch. The timer has little white toggle switches along the perimeter. As far as I can tell, there are no other switches anywhere, even though the crappy instructions talk about some red switches. So apparently, these white toggle switches get moved out and one turns it on, the second turns it off. Problem is, they don't work. When I turn the main toggle on/off switch off, the lights don't come on. Even when I rotate the timer to the time when they should turn on, nothing happens. I feel it click and it definitely FEELS like a normal timer. I mean, it's moving a mechanism inside. But no lights come on. When I get to the "off" time, I feel it moving something as well. But again, nothing happens. The only way I can get the lights to work is to use the toggle button. Yah...yah...yah.... I know. I should have gone with a better brand. But I figured a brand new one would at least freakin' work!!! No wonder these jerks are going out of business!!!! Anyone know what I am doing wrong? Or is the damm timer just broke?