Seems it would be a reasonably good idea to repair/replace the light in our pool (that underwent repairs last weekend) prior to adding the water back in on Thursday.
But I haven't the slightest idea where to head with this.
The light worked when we originally purchased the house. At some point it stopped working. Thought it was just the bulb, but turned out not to be. So we cut the fixture off from the cord (leaving the housing intact) in order to find a duplicate. Long story, but we no longer have the fixture.
From what I have read, we are going to be forced to pull the line out and thread through another. Is this right? Why can't we just splice the ends together?
Second, what do I need to look for? These are the pics I have and what I know:
11 1/2 inches across
Roughly 7 inches deep
One main wire with standard black (hot), white (neutral), and green (ground).
Heavy rubber insulation around main.
Third number (that's covered) is 789xxx:
As the house the pool belongs to is now a rental, we aren't looking for anything fancy.
Is this something the local pool store might have in stock?