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Pool Light Lit

Pool Light Lit

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The pool light, turned on. Will I have to drain the pool to see what lamp lurks inside?

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Album name:wattMaster / Our Fixtures
Keywords:Lanterns
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Date added:Oct 09, 2017
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Date Time:2017:10:09 19:20:23
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Down with lamp bans!


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Oct 09, 2017 at 06:53 PM Author: nicksfans
It looks like it's probably a "wet niche" light, which means you can take that screw out underwater and pull the entire light assembly out of the water before opening it up.

I like my lamps thick, my ballasts heavy, and my fixtures tough.

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