20 Most Recent NRS CANTAR GLOW BUOY FLOATING POOL LIGHT 92000 Questions & Answers

The way I change the colored lens to the glow buoy is with three standard screw driver, about a 3/16" head good 4" shank or longer. If you look close you can see four grab tabs in the middle of the lens, these hold on to a lip on the clear lens. Twist the colored lens till you can get to three of the tabs. I couldn't get to all four do to the triangular shape of the top. Slowly wedge the driversunder the lip of the colored lens center to the tabs one by one, alternately pressing the screw drivers deeper once you get the to where they wil continue no futher, due to the bevel in the lens, take the two drivers opposite each other and push them in forcing the edge outward. The lens will pop off violently, and most likely shoot the third screwdriver across the room, but after changing them a few times the lips wear down soon you will be able to pull them off with a good pair of fingenails. Hope this helps, you may scratch the lens a little, also the covers have a bit more flexibility then I thought I was afraid to break them but now I see the give.

NRS CANTAR GLOW... | Answered on Jul 08, 2015

Hi, replacement battery can be found on amazon, here: Finally charging for our multi device world. I hope this helped. Cheers

NRS CANTAR GLOW... | Answered on Dec 10, 2014

It sounds like your swimming pool light is not holding a charge. This normally indicates that the batteries have expired their useful life and need to be changed. Even rechargeable batteries are not designed for permanent use.

NRS CANTAR GLOW... | Answered on Aug 07, 2012

You can purchase a new charger for these swimming pool lights from the manufacturer or the retailer from which you purchased the product. They recommend that you do not use after market chargers not designed for this product. Their website is listed as www.cantar.com and the contact number listed on my warranty information is 800-448-2343

NRS CANTAR GLOW... | Answered on Nov 30, 2011

The users manual strictly forbids users of these swimming pool lights from changing any bulbs/batteries/etc. This light is specifically designed so that it cannot be opened by anyone other than an autorized repair person. If you were to open it yourself you would not only risk electrocuting yourself, but also void your warranty. You will have to have it serviced or replace the whole light. Sorry! Hope this helps you though.

NRS CANTAR GLOW... | Answered on Nov 10, 2011

Top center I think. Doesn't go on and off, it runs through three or four settings first then goes off.

NRS CANTAR GLOW... | Answered on Sep 09, 2010

Most of the time, that is going to indicate a problem with the battery no matter what type of swimming pool lights you have, but you are in luck, because I have located a copy of the owners manual for this light. Hope this helps!


NRS CANTAR GLOW... | Answered on Jul 08, 2010

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