The pool light is not working but the spa light is working. Switches for both lights are right next to a GFCI. I am assuming that there is nothing wrong with the GFCI since the spa light is working.
There is 120V at the pool light switch. I removed the switched and shorted the two leads to eliminate the switch factor (it looked corroded). I was expecting to get 120V between the center contact of the light socket and the threads of the socket. I got readings from 13V to 120V depending on where on the threads I touched with the meter probe. I left the light fixture under the sun to let potential moisture evaporate (even though everything seems completely dry). After a few hours the readings still vary between 12V and 120V.
When I screw on a light bulb I see no action at all.
Any clues on what's going on here? A loose contact between wires and light socket? Is it possible to dissasemble the light housing without compromising the water seal?
Thanks for your help.