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    kywildcats's Avatar
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    Lighting question

    A couple of weeks I had all the electrical work done for my pool, pump, SWG, outdoor LED flood lights, extra electrical outlets and pool light. What I forgot was, a good light mounted over my pad with pump and filter. If I go out there at night I have to take a flashlight which stinks. Any suggestions or what do you have mounted over the pad so you can see at night?
    Mark
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    Re: Lighting question

    Same thing happened to me, and I still use a flashlight because I've been too lazy to hook anything else up. I suppose you could add a small light over your pad that can be turned-on/off with a switch from a specific location. Maybe install a light with a motion sensor so you don't' have to worry about switches. Whatever you chose, of course it would be rated for outdoor use.
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