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    pool light housing removal Q

    i want to take my pool light housing out so i could do a niche dye test to see if there is any leak there. after reading here it seems like there should be a single screw that would hold an outer ring of the light that keeps the housing in place.

    looking at the picture of my light, i see one screw that is visible thru the opening in the ring on top and one missing screw on the bottom. but it doesn't look like if i remove the top screw that the ring would come off.

    there are 4 round holes in the ring and then there are 10 screws that seem to keep the ring affixed to the liner.

    so looking at all this, i'm somewhat confused how i should remove the housing. the light is made by Hayward, but i don't know specific model. i could take a better look this weekend when i get in the water. this was a shot taken from outside holding my camera in the water. at least i can say that my water is clean
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    Re: pool light housing removal Q

    Remove the top screw and lift the light fixture out. The bottom is secured by a tab that fits into a notch.

    The 10 screws hold the light fixture together. You only remove them when changing the bulb.

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    Re: pool light housing removal Q

    cool! i'll give it a try. thanks for responding
    26K In-ground Vinyl Pool | Hayward DE4820/SP0710XR50 filter | 1.125 HP Dual Speed Hayward Super Pump | Aquasol Solar

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