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You will need and know how to use a voltmeter to solve the problem. Post back if you are so equipped. Only a proper diagnosis will reveal the trouble, so nothing else matters here right now as that will not help solve anything.
I cannot help without one. If you get one then learn how to use it to measure voltage and then post back.
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Locate the triac and jumper the brown to black and the lights should come on. IF they do then measure for DC volts between the orange and ground. Set the meter for DC volts and see if the reading changes from the lights off to the lights full on as you press the button for the lights. IF it does then replace the triac and if it does not the board has failed.