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This lamp is great! the flow is fantastic. If only they still made them like this today.
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Well gang, in doing my "BUBBLE" research it seems that bubbles occur when the wax is down waiting to be picked up by the coil and some water slips into it during the "pick up" phase. Some think that this happens when some air somehow gets in between the coil and the wax allowing the water to be picked up with the wax and then kind of mixes. It really doesn't mix though.....it kind of just creates like this funky water/air pocket. Some think it comes from a misplaced coil. Like maybe when the lamp is hot it gets jarred and the coil slips more closer to the side, but no one really knows for sure. I think it does have to do with the coil pickup phase of the wax because I notice in some of my kits I have bubbles and some I don't depending on the coils I use.
lets go and yell at him for being wrong! :)
I'M NOT YELLING!!!
Thats what analog told me, go and yell at him! :D
That has nothing to do with overheating. Sometimes they work out, sometimes not.
It means that the lamp is being overheated, there is no way for them to come out, as I was told.
They'll work themselves out...
I see some air bubbles at the top!
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