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    LED help / advice

    Hopefully next week my pool be drained to be re-plastered. While it's drained I would like to replace the lights with LEDs. I have four side facing lights, and one light facing up in the shallow wading area. Is there any changing of voltage or is it just simply changing out the bulbs? I am thinking it is simply changing bulbs but don't want to be caught offguard when I have the opportunity while the pool is drained. I am guessing when I take the niche off O rings should be replaced, they should be standard at any pool shop? I will try to attach a short video, the pool is green because I have not been maintaining it due to the fact it will be drained for replaster. Any advice on color, Brand, or power (brightness) would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: LED help / advice

    There are so many way to change to LED lights.. You can replace the whole light or change out just the bulb.

    It really depends on what you want...

    depending on how many watts your bulbs are now... if 500 watts the LED will be a little dimmer and depending on the color..

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