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Thread: Need lighting suggestions for in-ground pool asap!

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    Need lighting suggestions for in-ground pool asap!

    So my in-pool light stopped working last summer for one reason or another. I shelled out for a replacement bulb and it still didn't work... so I'm assuming it is some kind of electrical issue. I will get it fixed sometime this summer but I really need an alternative lighting source by this weekend since we are hosting a party. I looked on Amazon and they have some highly rated lights for the pool, but only for above ground pools. I have Amazon Prime so if anybody wants to provide links to Amazon products with your affiliate code that I could buy and get shipped to me by Saturday, that would be awesome. Or if anybody else has any suggestions for what to do about a light to put inside my pool in less than 48 hours!

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    Hamilton, Oh

    Re: Need lighting suggestions for in-ground pool asap!

    Google "swimming pool add on lights" and see what you find. Maybe find something local?? Is there a Leslie's close to you, or several of the floating lights shows from Walmart.
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    West Monroe, LA

    Re: Need lighting suggestions for in-ground pool asap!

    We just had the pool store install an LED light in our pool and it is amazing, many color choices, rotating color patterns (like Red, White and Blue for national holidays) etc. It was expensive ~700 but well worth the investment now we have it installed. Plus the less electricty use will pay for itself over time Cheers!

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