Do you have a pool light niche already installed in the pool? If not, you need a pool builder to do the job to code.
Yes, lightning can damage a pool light.
Pool lightCall the company or person that leased you the property and ask them where the switch is to the pool light. If they don't know; often a pool light is turned on by a breaker in the panel marked "pool light." A breaker is an overcurrent protective device, it can not be used to "switch" a light unless it is marked "SWD".
yes a pool light is a light that takes light bulbs usually it takes about 4 years if used often. if used rarely it takes about 6 years so if a pool light goes out you have 2 options drain the pool then take off the water proof lid (usually screwed on) or if its an above ground pool you should be able to replace the bulb from the back. other wise hire a pool technician too do it for you.
Hmmm, what do you want to water proof on a pool light? Get a professional to do the light and or light fixture. He will know the code and know which needs to be fixed or replaced etc.
Have a professional do it. As an insurance adjuster I had a death claim when the apartment maintenance man "fixed" the pool light and a young girl was killed by electric shock from improper wiring of the pool light.
You can purchase a swimming pool light online from the Pool Supply World website. Alternatively, you can also purchase these lights from retailers such as Amazon.
There is a pool company - wholesale only- who sells a pool light ring just for this purpose. Your favorite pool store can order one . You just have to know the brand of light fixture. But first the broken screw has to be removed by drilling it out. k
If you are referring to a commercial pool you would have to check with your local pool inspector. The rule of thumb for commercial pools is: is you have a light in the pool it needs to work. If you don't have a light you are likely grandfathered in without a light.
Turn of the breaker to the light. Drain the pool (at least below the light). Unseal the light. Remove and replace the bulb. Re-seal the light (replace the gasket if the mfr recommends this). Turn on the breaker and check the light for function. Fill the pool. Check the light for leaks. Piece of cake, actually. It just takes a while to do. Don't forget to check the pool chemistry after filling it!
In most cases the pool will need to be drained below the level of the light in order to change the seal. In some cases, though, a separate access point is installed so that the light can serviced while the pool is full.
Replacing a Pool Lightpool light repairs should be done by the experts. it is one of the sensitive repairs of the swimming pool. take consideration that electricity and water are not a good combination. making a careless actions may result to injuries or even death. i suggest that light repairs should only be done by those qualified maintenance personnel.
There is no difference.
From possibly to somewhat.
That would depend on the type of light, the wattage, the shape of the pool and the size of the pool.
Crystal Blue Enterprise Inc. offers pool services and merchandises pool equipment and accessories. You can buy pool lights and pool light niches and other pool light accessories at Crystal Blue Enterprise Inc. here is their site: www.yourpoolwecare.com and you can contact them via landline (+63-02-) 439-4513
refraction of light produces the shallow swimming pool illusion. As you look down at a pool, you are seeing light that has changed angle as it moves out of the water and into the air. Specifically, light moves faster through air than water. Light coming up from the bottom of the pool refracts down to arrive at your eyes at a shallower angle. You see the bottom of the pool a little higher and farther away than it actually is.
Yes, but let a professional do the job correctly and to code.
Personally, I'd call a pool company.
The proper way is to call an electrician. Dozens of children are electrocuted every year due to faulty pool lights. This is a serious problem that should not be taken lightly. More inputA qualified pool tech may be just a tad less expensive and he will know the codes and know what to look for in a faulty or old light fixture. At the same time he will check out the GFCI if it has one. If your pool light dies not have a GFCI then one must be installed at the time the pool light is being worked on. The electrician or pool tech are requried to tell you of this code. If you are installing a pool light for the first time it gets a little more complicated.
Only of it light
The whole fixture should be replaced and the new one installed properly. There should be enough cord wrapped around the light in the niche to bring it up to the pool deck. You could drain the pool down, but I don't recommend it. When I see this condition, I don't take chances, I replace the whole light, cord, etc. Its not something to fool around with if you don't know what your doing. A: Call a qualified swimming pool electrician. He will bring the pool light and all related items to the light fixture up to code. This is not a job for an ammature.
30 inches above the slate bed.
You may not be able to do that. The 12V system will have a larger cord and may not pass thru the exhisting conduit. Call an electricial who knows swimming pool electrical codes.
The pool light is usually on a 15 amp circuit. The breaker feeding this circuit must have a GFCI rating.