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  1. Would you use a 6 watt or 12 watt watercolors led in the spa part of a pool/spa combo.
  2. I am currently getting quotes to replace my vinyl liner in my inground pool. I currently have 2 aqualumin niche less lights 120v. I have had nothing but problems with them, and I am looking for alternatives. I there any other niche less option that i can install myself while the old liner is out. I have looked at jandy lights that require a return line installation. I am looking for ideas here. Or should I just bite the bullet and install new aqualumin 3 lights.
  3. New to this forum and getting ready to build a 20x40 igp. I would like to know which chlorine generator, heat pump, pool pump, control system, and light system they prefer. Here is what I am considering. A 30" hayward 2 inch pipe 1.5 hp 2 speed pump, a aqua pro 1300 heat pump (125 btu) , color logic led light, aqua-rite & 40k salt cell. I found this kit at Royalswimmingpools.com. I am also looking into a robotic cleaner. I live in southern Missouri and it will have unobstructed sunshine most of the day. Any input is appreciated. I plan to hire a contractor to do the install, as I do not have the time, talent, or tools for the job. Thanks again. I will keep everyone posted with pictures and progress.
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