My pool light is burned out--at least I think it is. It worked fine for about a year, then stopped. I also want to check behind it for black algae.
The problem is that the Phillips head screw is stripped. I really don't want to drain my pool 2.5 feet or so to drill it out. Any ideas?
My spa light (which works) was clean when I removed it a few weeks ago and it gets less circulation than my pool light so I'm thinking it should be fairly clean behind the light. But I'd like to change the bulb.