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Dimmers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Jun 19. 13 Replies

Can anyone break down when and how dimmers should be used?Thanks.Continue

Tags: dimmers

Hardened Lava

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mr MaGoo Jun 15. 9 Replies

Wondering if anyone has ever seen this? Bought this lamp and  turned it on and about 3 hours in this happened. Stayed that way for several hours so I turned off the lamp. In the morning the lava was…Continue

Tags: frozen, flow, no, lava, Hardened

Overheated Century?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith Jul 12, 2018. 15 Replies

Anybody know what going on here? Lamp had been working great and then the other day I found…Continue

Century year question.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Jun 12. 11 Replies

Hi,…Continue

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Jim replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"I'm going to give the distilled water a shot. Thanks. "
Jun 19
Claude J replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"Agreed. its a simple formula less wattage = More propylene glycol for flotation There is a midline where the wax will not melt properly so it's usually best to stick with basics. And, there is a 12VDC dimmer…"
Jun 19
Claude J replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"For small quantities missing, just add distilled water to the desired level If flotation is an issue afterward, use Propelyene glycol. It is best to invest in a bottle capper"
Jun 19
Jim replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"Andy, I've been thinking about attempting the refurb but my Century lamps aren't quite at that point. I have a lamps from the 80's, Midnight and Silver Streak I think, that are short a few inches of water each so I may attempt to add…"
Jun 19
Claude J replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
" I believe - Goo-Kit) need less heat than originally-installed lavas, so a dimmer comes in handy there Yes, Correct! the paraffin blend uses less heat to make the goo rise"
Jun 18
Claude J replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"your welcome"
Jun 17
Jim replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"interesting. Thanks for the info."
Jun 17
Jim replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"interesting. Thanks for the info."
Jun 17
Jim replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"interesting. Thanks for the info."
Jun 17
Jim replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"interesting. Thanks for the info."
Jun 17
Claude J replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
Jun 17
Claude J replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
Jun 17
Jim replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"Thanks. I guess I was wondering because I have one lamp that flows nicely, but it looks like the lava at the top has some bubbles in it. I thought this might be indicative of over heating. Also, it starts with small lava balls and stays like that…"
Jun 17
Claude J replied to Jim's discussion Dimmers
"Dimmers are useful when you have a lamp that overheats easily It controls the flow so you have proper movement of Lava Also if the lamps have placement near heat source Next to other lamps, etc"
Jun 17
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Dimmers

Can anyone break down when and how dimmers should be used?Thanks.See More
Jun 16
Mr MaGoo replied to Jim's discussion Hardened Lava
"Ditto."
Jun 15

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Something Interesting About Me:
Photographer/Bass player
Where I Live:
Chicago
My First Lava Lamp was:
Red 1989 Lavalite
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
three Century Starlites, three late 80's lava lites, two 14 inch 2018 lites.
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Red Century Starlite 1960's

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