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Replacing plastic plug

Started this discussion. Last reply by CaliforniaRaisin Jul 24, 2016. 6 Replies

I attempted to replace the plug underneath the bottle cap and when I went to remove it the plug accidentally fell into the lamp itself. Does anyone know of a way to get this out easily?

Glitter lamp problem

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude J Apr 24, 2016. 5 Replies

I've recently had a used Wizard glitter lamp shipped to me and inside the packaging a bit of the liquid managed to leak out. Upon removing it from all of the bubble wrap and what not I cleaned it…Continue

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CaliforniaRaisin replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Replacing plastic plug
"The lamp was fine before and it was fine for a little bit after I put the new plug on. After two days or so with the new plug in it started to look like this."
Jul 24, 2016
Tim Gill replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Replacing plastic plug
"The plug is probably sealing properly What was the lamp like before the plug fell in as whats on the picture is more of a issue of lost fluid and that the globe needs a clean and generally a revamp."
Jul 24, 2016
CaliforniaRaisin replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Replacing plastic plug
"I've replaced the plug but now I've got another problem. The globe itself started to become somewhat "cloudy" and has what looks like bubbles in it near the bottom and moisture near the…"
Jul 24, 2016
Brad replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Replacing plastic plug
"you can use your imagination here.  i don't know what else to use.  alternatively you can empty the fluid into another vessel and pull the plug out with pliers."
Jul 13, 2016
CaliforniaRaisin replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Replacing plastic plug
"Any alternative to a wire coat hanger? I don't have any."
Jul 12, 2016
Brad replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Replacing plastic plug
"bent coat hanger to fish it to the top and some needle nose pliers to pull it out."
Jul 11, 2016
CaliforniaRaisin posted a discussion

Replacing plastic plug

I attempted to replace the plug underneath the bottle cap and when I went to remove it the plug accidentally fell into the lamp itself. Does anyone know of a way to get this out easily?
Jul 11, 2016
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May 5, 2016
Claude J replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Glitter lamp problem
"its going to need to be topped off and recapped Contact Kirk"
Apr 24, 2016
CaliforniaRaisin replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Glitter lamp problem
"Yep there is a red plug underneath the cap."
Apr 23, 2016
Kirk replied to CaliforniaRaisin's discussion Glitter lamp problem
"Mr. Raisin - you need to replug and cap it.  I'd be happy to send you a fresh plug and cap, but the capping part is up to you.  "
Apr 23, 2016
CaliforniaRaisin posted a discussion

Glitter lamp problem

I've recently had a used Wizard glitter lamp shipped to me and inside the packaging a bit of the liquid managed to leak out. Upon removing it from all of the bubble wrap and what not I cleaned it off.When I leave it running for about 20-30 minutes I can start to smell the liquid and a small leak seems to form near the cap area but I've turned it upside down, sideways, you name it but I can't actually see any sort of leak. Is there anything I can do to fix this problem?See More
Apr 23, 2016
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My First Lava Lamp was:
Wizard 32oz glitter lamp
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Red Wizard 32oz glitter lamp

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