We currently have the pool drained and acid washed with a guy coming to patch/paint everything in the next couple days. While the water is out we're also getting the tile repaired and a few other things. However, we were also hoping to get some lights working as there are currently none which function. After some inspection it appears there is a lumenyte fiber optic lighting system installed with 3 lights in the pool, 1 in the spa and 2 in the waterfall feature. All the cables seem to be cut at the light output modules, whether by design or not I cannot be sure.
I only know the basics of these systems and not much in how they apply to pool systems. I know splicing data fiber optic cables requires very expensive tools but they are extremely thin strands. These seem like very thick plastic core lines. Unfortunately, the output housings all seem to have deteriorated to where the tip of the optic cable has been exposed to the pool water for some time now.
I took a bunch of pictures and a did a walk-through of the entire system using the video camera. If any kind soul might spare a few minutes and give us some advice on how best to proceed with getting our lights working again I would be forever grateful. We really don't want to spend a fortune since we won't be living here more than a few years to enjoy it, but some lighting would certainly be nice to have. Thanks again!