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Need help with Drupal 6 question re: admin menu

I am updating an older Drupal 6 web site. I have the Admin Menu set so that the top margin is adjusted to show the menu items, but they don't show up (yes, I am logged in with admin permissions). I have flushed the cache. I can do some things with the left panel admin menu, but not things like turning site maintenance off. How can I make these top-of-page items show up again?
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If you head to the admin menu settings page, it should give you the ability to "rebuild" the menu. If that doesn't fix it, there may be some sort of javascript conflict (e.g. you're manually pulling in a version of jquery, while the site is also trying to load an older version).

Also, you might want to use a browser inspector (e.g. firebug) to check the CSS rules, as it's possible that the menu is being hidden. You should be able to see the admin-menu div just inside the body tag. If it's not there, then you may be dealing with some sort of module incompatibility.
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I tried the "wipe and rebuild" option, but to no effect. Still no admin menu showing up. Not using jquery at all -- it's a very simple website. Any other suggestions?
Try disabling then re-enabling the module.
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Check the permissions for the admin section!
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