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pool light lens

Posted by Gigi_4321 (My Page) on
Fri, May 18, 12 at 20:47

I have a pool that was built in the 50's. The light still works but the lens in broken. I would replace the whole thing but there are no screw holes around the pool light cavity (there is probably a word for that) to attach the new light fixture. Any ideas?
Thanks!


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RE: pool light lens

Gigi 4321,
They make a ring that clamps to the existing niche hole. A new fixture can then be placed in the ring and attached like a new light would be.
Most of the old niche holes were just hand made in the concrete or block wall.


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RE: pool light lens

golfgeek,
Thanks for the info, do you know where I can buy one or what brand makes them? I talked to a pool equip. co. and they said we might be able to use a wedge, but weren't sure.
Thanks,
Gigi


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RE: pool light lens

golfgeek,
Thanks for the info, do you know where I can buy one or what brand makes them? I talked to a pool equip. co. and they said we might be able to use a wedge, but weren't sure.
Thanks,
Gigi


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RE: pool light lens

golfgeek,
Thanks for the info. I called my pool cleaning company and they not only knew what it was, they had it in stock and the guy came over this afternoon and installed it for me!
Thanks!
Gigi


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