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#37532 - 04/29/04 03:00 PM Fiberstars
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I have installed many above ground pools and one underground pool with a wet niche fixture. I now have a job for an underground pool with a fiber optic light by Fiberstar. Has anyone had experience with this brand? Also, the pool has a 240 volt pump. Does the pump have a cord and plug or is it usually direct wired? I need to do this job sight unseen and I want to be prepared. It is quite a drive to just look at it.

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#37533 - 05/02/04 08:18 PM Re: Fiberstars
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240 v. pumps are usually hard wired.

We have installed some fiber pool lighting, don't remember the brands (pool guys supplied). Small spot/flood off of a color wheel/light box, and 'outline' type off of a color wheel & light box.

Keep the bends 'loose', & read the mfg directions, and it's a piece of cake!!

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