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    Pool light "repair"

    So I am on the beginning of week three with my new pool. Last Friday I had the pool company out to fix some last remaining issues. One thing that I wanted "fixed" was the start color for my lights, PAL-2T2. In order to correct the light, the pool guy unhooked one of them at the junction add then pulled the light out of the water. Well this let all the water into the conduit the wire was running through. The junction box is about 18" inches above water level. This has me concerned, am I worried about nothing?
    Steve ~16K IG Vinyl Pool, Hayward TriStar 1.5 hp, Hayward S244TE filter, Polaris 280 w/booster pump, Prologic PL-P-4, Hayward AquaConnect, 3 PAL LED lights, 3 Deck Jets, AquaComfort ACT 1100 heater and TF-100 Test Kit with SpeedStir.

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    Re: Pool light "repair"

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    The light conduit is designed to be full of water. Should not be a problem.
    Jason, TFP Moderator
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