I moved into an old house about a year ago that has a 30 year old pool. Well, towards the end of last season (late October), the light in the pool died. Well not so much the light, but turning the light on trips the breaker. I had the pool repair guy out a couple weeks ago to look at several issues (quote for new gas heater to replace the 30 year old rusted out one). He said the fixture was flooded and he'd have to pull the old line to the fixture. Unfortunately, he didn't have much luck pulling the line from the breaker side. Is it possible to pull the line through from the fixture end? Should I bother trying this? The pool repair guy said that pretty much the only option at this point would be to pull up the pavers and dig down and replace the old line. I just wanted to make sure there weren't any creative solutions out there. Any thoughts??
I've just spent a grand getting two return leaks repaired and another couple on the heater so the costs off pulling up 40 feet of brick pavers is not too appetizing.
I spent a bit of time digging around this site and so far it looks like the best floter LED pool light option is the Nova Floating Pool Light. Do you guys have any other suggestions?