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This slot has three settings. "Light on" means the tube is constantly glowing, whether the controller is plugged in or not; "off" is the master switch for the whole thing; "control on" hands things over to the puck. The puck is basically a cylinder with a switch on the side and an adjustable knob up top. The switch has four settings: "off/on" are self-explanatory; "fla" makes the light constantly flash about twice per second; "mo" activates the motion (sound) sensor. The blue portion acts as a knob and adjusts the sensitivity of the unit.

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