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on the left is my original century lamp (amber liquid and deep red wax) in the middle is my Custom Cool Grande and on the right is my little blue.
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Just remove the coil and press the ends back together (assuming that's where it came apart, if it broke somewhere that won't be an option)
Of course the cap will have to be removed and resealed. You can check the discussions on how
well, turns out, the grande in the center had its coil separate, so i got it replaced by lava lite. i still have it, just need to repair the coil.
I have the same grande in the middle with a black base. After taking 3 tries to get me a good one, lava lamp finally came through with a crystal clear one. Super nice when they are clea and flow great@
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