Measure and mark the location of each hardscape light. Use every 6 to 7 feet of spacing or whatever you prefer.
Begin forcing the masonry chisel between the capstone and the stone (or wood) below. As you advance the chisel, you’ll feel the glue between the stones(or wood) begin to break free.
With the capstone (or wood) removed, set your fixture where it will be placed and mark a line from the central point of the fixture straight back to the dirt. This is where you will score a line in the stone (or wood) for the wire.
With your angle grinder, begin scoring the line you just marked. Make sure it’s deep enough so that the wire lays flat inside.
Push the protective brass tube into place, set the fixture in position and lay the cord in the slot. Mark holes to secure the fixture with masonry anchors and screws.
Use a small hammer drill with a masonry bit and in the holes, you just marked, drill out about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch deep for your masonry anchors. Place your anchor sleeves in the holes.
Set the hardscape light in the slot. Stick your screws in the anchors, then begin screwing them down.
Strip your wire leads and make a good, solid, watertight connection. Squirt a good dab of block adhesive back on the stone (or wood) and place the capstone (or wood) back into the original location. This will finish up the installation of the hardscape light.
If it is the LT2701 series, you only need to remove the burnt out lighting parts, that is the aluminum and copper hardscape light bar with a screwdriver, and replace it with a new hardscape light bar to get it back to work. In the case of the LT2702 series, you need to dig out the entire hardscape light that burned, reinstall and rewire it.