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You want step 17 to be just barely visible. If you make 17 too bright, can you see step 16? If you set Brightness too high so you can see step 16, then reduce Brightness so that step 16 is no longer visible, you should be able to see something happening at step 17 but it should not be too bright or too dark. When step 17 looks like step 16 (and the background) step 17 is too dark. If there are 15 steps between step 17 being too bright and step 17 being too dark, put the Brightness setting half way... at 7 or 8 clicks from the high and low settings for step 17.
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