Jandy Pool light / spa replacement bulbs

flyinraptr

Member
Dec 10, 2010
22
Need to replace both pool light and spa haven't pulled them out of the pool/spa yet. According to original pool build docs - pool light is LED Color and spa is 100w white. Is there a standard Jandy replacement for either or do i need to pull them out first?

Thanks -
 

ping

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Jun 24, 2011
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Long Beach, CA
Check which lights you have and get the part numbers and search the net for replacement costs, Pool Lights | Jandy Pro Series. You will need to know if they are 12V or 120V. Always get a new seal when replacing the lights.

Are you sure the bulbs are burnt out or could it be some other issue?
 

flyinraptr

Member
Dec 10, 2010
22
Not 100% positive but from research i've done - appears to be a common problem with Jandy LED Color lights. The pool light actually went out a few years ago - started acting strangely for about a week - then never came back on. At the time i had a pool repair service come out and gave me a qoute of over $1000 - if i recall correctly they wanted to replace the entire light. I elected to pass at that time. The spa light was still working and eventually went out i want to say about a year later. I called Jandy (Zodiac pools) support - they said that i need to pull the lights out and get the model numbers to determine whether i can even replace the bulbs which i am going to do this week.
 

ping

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Jun 24, 2011
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Long Beach, CA
It should only be one screw holding the lights in the niche and there should be enough cord to put the lights on the deck to inspect them.

Are you comfortable working with electricity and wires? If you are then it should be fairly easy to replace the light fixture yourself with a little help from the forum. If you can replace a wall outlet then you can replace a pool light and save $200-$400.
 

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