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Flow issues

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt Tesoriero Oct 3. 3 Replies

This globe is giving me issues - 1995 clear/black.  I’m using a frosted 40watt bulb, but it still does this.  I’ve tried running it off/on for 6-8 each day for a week, and it hasn’t helped.  Any…Continue

Anybody recognize this lamp?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Sallet Aug 2. 4 Replies

Hi - I'm trying to help someone identify this lamp.  Unfortunately, it doesn't have any identifying tags or marks on it.  He would like to get it running again, but can't figure out what type of bulb…Continue

Shipping lava lamps

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Sallet Aug 22, 2016. 2 Replies

Hi - I have quite a few lava lamps I am going to be offering for sale on Ebay, but before I list them, I want to be sure I know the best/safest way to ship.  Any tips would be greatly appreciated. …Continue

Name that lamp

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonas Clark-Elliott Jul 26, 2016. 4 Replies

Hi - I picked up this vintage rain lamp, table lamp combo this morning. It's VERY dusty and dirty and needs oil added, but it works! I have searched for hours on Google, eBay, Etsy, and Facebook and…Continue

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Matt Tesoriero replied to Kim Sallet's discussion Flow issues
"What Bridget said. Too hot. If you don't mind opening and resealing the cap, you could also put in a couple drops of distilled water. this will make it stay in the column phase longer as the wax doesn't spend as much time free floating in…"
Oct 3
Bridget T replied to Kim Sallet's discussion Flow issues
"Add a dimmer switch and start at about 3/4.  Looks like it's just too hot."
Oct 3
Kim Sallet replied to Kim Sallet's discussion Flow issues
"This is the globe "
Oct 2
Kim Sallet posted a discussion

Flow issues

This globe is giving me issues - 1995 clear/black.  I’m using a frosted 40watt bulb, but it still does this.  I’ve tried running it off/on for 6-8 each day for a week, and it hasn’t helped.  Any advise would be appreciated.  See More
Oct 2
Kim Sallet replied to Kim Sallet's discussion Anybody recognize this lamp?
"Thank you so much - I have sent him a link to this forum.  You guys always have the answer:)"
Aug 2
Johnny replied to Kim Sallet's discussion Anybody recognize this lamp?
"There be some guys and gals on here who can recommend what type / best type to buy in the U.S :-)  its a quality British made lamp "
Aug 2
Kim Sallet replied to Kim Sallet's discussion Anybody recognize this lamp?
"Thank you - I'll look and see if any are available to ship to the US."
Aug 2
Johnny replied to Kim Sallet's discussion Anybody recognize this lamp?
"Its a crestworth Nordic, the bulb would have been SBC B15d 40 watt aka golfball small baynet you need to go for the Crompton make or Bell  as cheap versions inc everready tend to be slightly bigger and the bottle sits on the bulb, by the looks…"
Aug 2
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Aug 2
Kim Sallet posted a discussion

Anybody recognize this lamp?

Hi - I'm trying to help someone identify this lamp.  Unfortunately, it doesn't have any identifying tags or marks on it.  He would like to get it running again, but can't figure out what type of bulb it requires- it doesn't screw in, it's what he called a "bayonet" type.See More
Aug 2

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