I realize that this is a recurring story, but I haven't been able to resolve the issue. One of my SAm lights flooded in my pool (2 in pool, 1 in spa) causing all 3 lights to stop working. A typical problem for a 15 year old pool, according to other accounts on this forum. After letting the light dry out and replacing the seal, none of the lights illuminate when I turned on their respective switches on my Intellitouch control panel. I checked the pool sub-panel and the "Pool Lights" breaker had not been tripped. I confirmed the lack of power to the lights by testing power-to-ground in the lighting junction box (photo). Other posts on this forum advise to look for a GFCI or GFCI-protected breaker. I can't find an outright GFCI between the sub and the junction box and I don't believe that the lighting breaker in the sub-panel has one (since there's no little reset button), nor does the main panel breaker (photo). Could there be a reset behind the sub-panel in the Intellitouch i7 housing (photo). Could there be a GFCI located elsewhere that is interrupting the power (where)? Also, there is a landscape lighting transformer nearby with 'reset' switches (photo). Could that be related to my issue (landscape lights have power)? My local pool serviceman want $125/hr to troubleshoot the problem, but I'd be pretty upset if he charged me that much just to hit a GFCI reset! Any help or insight would be appreciated.