Sooooooo, I JUST bought an Intex LED Wall light LAST NIGHT for a surprise pool opening for my family for tonight. BUTTTTTTT the d*$*#*$(&#@(@(!@ @(*@&^## dog chewed up the power cord. Not just chewed it up a little, chewed it up to the point where I cannot splice anything together. Right off at the power converter. Because it is waterproof, they fill the cavity of the power supply with some kind of plastic so I can't even disassemble the thing and splice it. It is gone.
With a brand new LED light in the pool that is now useless, I am hoping to at least salvage part of the $50 I spent at Walmart on the light and buy a new power supply for the light. I'm pretty sure Intex won't sell just a power supply but I have looked on the internet and found several sellers of LED power supplies and wonder if they will work.
The closest one to the specs of the Intex supply is at SuperBrightLEDs.com. The specs on the Intex power supply is 9W input, 12VDC 0.6a output. The power supply that I found is a 10w input with a 12vdc 0.84a output. Is this going to be too much for the light or mess anything up? That is as close as I could find and it is less than $15 for the power supply which I can wire into the salvaged cord I have. Am I just going to have to buy a new light and eat the $50 plus a new light or can I at least spend a little more and get this light in use with a little bigger power supply?