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    Replacing light fixtures

    My old light fixtures have finally stopped working and have water inside them after 10 years of service. The time has come to replace 2 pool lights and 1 spa light. I am looking at the Pentaire LED fixtures, but they are running about $600 each. Any other suggestions? Should I have any concerns about the replacement fixtures fitting the existing niche's?

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    Re: Replacing light fixtures

    Welcome to the forum!

    Sorry no one has answered you, but I'm not sure if newer ones will retro fit. Hopefully someone who knows will answer you better. Is this a job you plan on tackling yourself?
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    Re: Replacing light fixtures

    I just did replace my 22 year old Pac Fab (Sta rite now Pentair) fixtures with Pentair Intellibrite lights (2 in the pool and 1 spa) without an issue. You really should pull one fixture out and get the Manufactor and model number off of it. You could then call Pentair and see if their fixtures are compatible with the niche your existing light is in.
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