I am making a CMOS logic clock and I have a problem with the 1Hz signal generator (see schematic below). When I connect up the CD4060BE chip to a crystal the output on Q8 of the second chip does not blink an LED at 1Hz, but rather the LED stays permanently lit (I don't have a scope to test the frequency). I connected up a 3Hz CMOS clock to the clock input on the second CD4060BE chip and Q8 blinks the LED at the same rate as the input frequency. Why would this happen? Surely the input frequency should be divided down by 2^8 and the LED blink should be extremely slow. Am I doing something wrong?