Good afternoon TFP!
After a long wait, our pool was finally finished a couple months ago and love it!
*RANT* (skip if you just want the question)
My problem is that our pool builder had a hard time doing the install of our IntelliTouch system. I am not sure if it was due to some of the extras that we added, but it took his team about a week while on the phone with pentair support just to get some of the basic functionality (heater) to work correctly. Once they decided they were finished trying to figure it out, our fountains still did not work via the remote, the pool lights and the bubblers were combined to the same relay for whatever reason and the lights are totally out of sync. Just happy to have a pool and ready to get this guy off my property, we decided to come back to the issues later. Well, this weekend i was planning to add my landscape lighting to one of the AUX relays so i could control it with the remote and looking inside the panel, i have lost all confidence in the install.
So the question, how bad of an idea is it to try to rewire my panel myself? I have the manual and a majority of it makes sense, plus i have you guys when i get stuck. Its getting cold so I think i can get a 2 day window to work on it before the wife starts throwing things at me for breaking the pool. Am I totally crazy?
Experience - Home Automation geek, IT / Network Engineer, and can do some basic electrical (wire a plug, fan, light switch).
Thanks for the advice.