Water Is Usually The Issue With Your Lights
Moisture In The Light, Moisture In The Connection
There are many factors that first need to be addressed when trying to diagnose why your water feature lights are not working. First thing is to obviously check the bulb, if you have halogen style lights it should be easy to tell if the bulb is blown. If the bulb is good, moisture is the next thing to look for when your light suddenly stops working.
With plastic halogen style lights, heat is the main issue that will eventually make your light fail. The plastic heats up when the light is on, and when it cools it draws in moisture. The older the light, the more likely the rubber gasket it worn, allowing the light to ultimately leak.
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