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    Replacement Light

    I am trying to find a replacement light for my 14k in-ground pool. I pulled the screw out yesterday and read the numbers off to my wife, but I was unable to render anything that I can find a match for online. I did get that it was a 500W 120V light, but no manufacturer that I could find.

    It had a model number of 60-xx4x on it, and was called a niche type L-32330 or L-32320. Does that mean anything to any one? Google is outsmarting me on this one.

    Thanks in advance!
    Jon
    14,000 Gallon, Vinyl, Hayward Vari-Flo Sand Filter, Aqua Rite SWG

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    Re: Replacement Light

    Try http://www.poolplaza.com
    They seem to know about replacement lights. At least you aren't trying to match something like mine!



    Believe it or not they think they can find me one. Lucky for me they are just around the corner from my house!
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    Re: Replacement Light

    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieH
    Try http://www.poolplaza.com
    They seem to know about replacement lights. At least you aren't trying to match something like mine!



    Believe it or not they think they can find me one. Lucky for me they are just around the corner from my house!
    You will not find a direct replacement for a Landon pool light. However, you can install a light adapter ring seen here http://www.inyopools.com/Products/07501 ... 02=1016676 ( link for reference only I don't care where you buy it)

    From there you can take any Large pentair light (intellibrite? ) and install it in the fixture.

    I should caution you that this method of installation is not UL approved, but if it were my pool I wouldn't hesitate to fix it this way.

    Make sure the light has a properly functioning GFCI on it (if 110V).
    20X40 30,000 gallon gunite pool

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