Globrite Replacement

jmhkicker

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First time DIY'er here trying to replace to Globrite bubbler lights. Failed after 4 years like I've seen many other users in the forum. The bubblers still bubble, but the lights don't work. Do I need to replace the entire housing and bulb, or can I just replace the bulb? Thank you in advance!
 

mknauss

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Welcome to the forum.
The Globrite lights are a single unit, light and cord. I am not familiar with their use in a bubbler. Do you have the documentation from the installation?
 

jmhkicker

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mknauss, thank you for your reply. This is what they look like. I believe the light bulb just sits inside the plastic housing and the housing leaked....so I'm assuming I need to replace the housing as well. Screen Shot 2022-05-06 at 8.58.44 AM.png
 

mknauss

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Pentair Intellichlor IC-40
If the housing is leaking, I suspect it needs to be replaced.

Does this light coordinate with other lights in the pool?
 

mknauss

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Pentair Intellichlor IC-40
Ok. So you will have to stay with the Globrite. Budget them to fail at 3 years or so.
 
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