We have pool light parts for most brands of lights including Pentair, Sta-Rite, American Products lights, Amerllie, SpaBrite, Hydrel Lights, SunBrite, SunGlow, Dura Light, etc. Due to safety reasons, you can't splice the cord on pool lights, or reconnect a new cord to the pool light fixture. Pool light bulb have a certain number of hours they are rated for before they burn out. There are energy efficient light bulbs that last up to 20,000 hours.
Pool lights use special duty pool light bulbs. The bulbs run in an extremely hot environment. Regular light bulbs can't take the high heat and will blow, possibly bursting the pool light lens, thus sending glass and electricity into the pool.
Here are the steps to change a pool light bulb, or work on a pool light:
1) Turn off the power to the light.
2) Pull the light up onto the deck. Typically there is one screw on the top rim of the light holding it in place.
3) If you remove the face rim, you should replace the light gasket if it shows signs of compression or wear. You must use a pool lubricant for the gasket. Do not use a petroleum product such as Vasolene on pool gaskets. Petroleum products will destroy the gasket over time. Make sure you get a good seal on the pool light gasket.
4) Replace the pool light fixture back into the light niche in your wall. DO NOT turn the power back on to test the light while it is out of water. The pool bulb will blow in seconds when not water cooled.
5) Turn on power.
Basic pool light components that need replacing are:
-Pool light bulbs
-Pool light gaskets
-Pool light rings
-Pool light face plates