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    Join Date
    Apr 2014
    Highland Village, TX

    Inexpensive lighting options

    Hi folks. Not an expert by any means but just looking for some perspective. Currently have a fiber optic lighting system with a tower. Light is all but fried, just a small dot remains. Tower works fine.

    Pool companies around here no longer have the parts to replace the fiber optic and insist I need to swap out for LED. 2 fixtures, one pool one spa. 1,500-2,000 bucks.

    Not worth the money for a light (plenty of patio light), but would love some alternatives. Any ideas for lighting the water? Are there good products that are battery operated and affix to the walls? Any general feedback on lighting the pool nicely on a budget? Colors preferred.
    Highland Village, TX
    ~15,000k gallon pool and spa, in-ground, Gunite, Built 1995
    Hayward DE Filter

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    Jul 2012
    Tallahassee, FL

    Re: Inexpensive lighting options

    The people I talk to about these kinds of things is Swimming Pool Supplies - Pool Parts - They have just about anything pool you could ever want. You might have to ask to be sent back to the tech guys to get some good ides. Tell them TFP sent you for the white glove treatment.

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