Replacing pool light is not as scary as you imagine as all you need is just the sharpness in doing. Working with water and the electricity at once is not an easy way but you can make it right with some tips that I give you below. Replacing pool light just needs some easy and common materials, such as screw driver, gasket, dry towel, flat head, light bulb and the circuit tester.
First thing you should do for replacing pool light is by purchasing the right bulb according to your existing fixtures. After getting the bulb, you may start replacing the gasket to your light fixture. Shut off all of the electricity to the pool and you may use the circuit tester to check the electricity has been shut off correctly. You can start removing the screws on the bulbs carefully and pull out the cover of the fixtures to the side of the pool to avoid the danger of falling wires inside the pool. Use the correct tools to avoid the corrosion of the lens and the bulb. After everything is fine, you may unscrew all of the fixtures in the places and call your friend to help you watch the bulb while you are turning on the circuit breaker. In checking this work, you have to do it quickly. When everything is placed correctly and the bulb has worked, you may let the pool light to the pool and let them be the same with the first time they were installed. Make sure that you have arranged those lights and start turning on the circuit breaker again and then you may see you have done great job for your replacing pool light.
Replacing pool light sometimes will take the far away place of bulb that you have to replace. If it occurs, you may drain off the pool and start replacing pool light it.