Why did my pool light stop working?
If the breaker that your pool light is on has been tripped, unplug whatever you just turned on or plugged in and then reset the breaker by turning it all the way off and then back on again. If that doesn’t work, you may have a bad breaker. If you have any GFCI outlets on your pool light circuit, try resetting them.
Why is my LED pool light not working?
Poor sealing, a flipped switch, and detachment are what commonly cause an LED pool light to not work. Additionally, there could be a problem with the breaker, the line continuity, or the GFCI.
How do I reset my LED pool light?
To re-synchronize your lights, turn the switch on, then back off, then wait between 11 and 14 seconds and turn the switch back on.
Do pool lights go bad?
If the bulb tests well (3-20 ohms) the fixture is probably bad. Try a new bulb without closing the fixture. It probably will not light, and the fixture will have to be replaced. If the bulb tests poorly (overflow, open, no continuity, infinite ohms), the light most likely will work fine with a new bulb and gasket.
How long does a pool light fixture last?
Your pool lighting should give you few problems overall. Most incandescent bulbs will burn for 1,000 hours before bulb replacement is necessary. LED bulbs can burn for 25 years or more (or so they tell us).
Do LED pool lights burn out?
Simply, LEDs are tiny light bulbs that fit into an electrical circuit in the lamp. They don’t have a filament that will burn out, allowing them to run much cooler and last longer than regular incandescent bulbs. Unlike incandescent bulbs, LED pool lights will continue to work even if one LED burns out.
How long do pool LED lights last?
How do I test my pool lights?
Locate the “TEST” button on the outlet, usually between the two sockets. Then push it in, you should hear it pop. Then try to turn the pool light on. If the light does not turn on, and you know the light is working properly, then your GFCI is working properly.
How long should an LED pool light last?
LEDs also change colors and have several light show settings. LED bulbs have a very long life span…about 30,000 hours compared to the 5,000 hours of the incandescent and the 6,000 hours fiber optics. That’s the equivalent of SIX incandescent replacements and FIVE fiber optic replacements.