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    Clean Pool Light for SLAM

    Hey gang. Thanks for all the helpful advice I've stumbled upon in the community. I'm in the middle/late stages of slamming. Just curious when I should reinstall the pool light. I took it out and cleaned it and the area it was housed in.

    Can I go ahead and reinstall or should I leave it out until slam is complete?

    Thanks for the help and sorry if this question was answered somewhere else.
    24000, In-Ground, Vinyl, Hayward 2hp, Sand Filter, Chlorine

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    Re: Clean Pool Light for SLAM

    Once you've cleaned the area thoroughly you can replace the light anytime you wish. It doesn't need to stay out.
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    Re: Clean Pool Light for SLAM

    Ask any and all questions you might have. We don't mind. We would LOVE to see a picture of your pool and area. Let us see how it is going!

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