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Calling All Pool Geniuses:

I've been asked to consider developing a 'sturdier' version of Hayward part # G1-046323 ( see top in photo) for the locking ring part @ G1-046316 which are components of their ColorLogic LED lighting system. This is not a part of my daily ops wheelhouse, but I'm told this is an "...install and forget..." piece of equipment. However, it was a Hayward rep who suggested I make a better mousetrap.

I'd like your feedback. If you service / install the ColorLogic pool lighting system, I'd like to hear from as many of you as possible before I start on what likely is a futile pursuit and waste of time and resources. Please call or email ASAP.

Thanks and Regards,

Tal Millican

Multi-Tork Pool Tools

Tampa FL

1.888.929.7818 / Mobile: 813.833.3739

pwlshrk757@msn.com

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