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Reed replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"I skipped the ring and went with a standard 40w utility bulb and a sliding dimmer switch.  Has been working fine for about six months now."
Mar 15
bob y replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"Hi , so am back to report I went with the a 15 40w bulb with the heat ring , it just wasn’t getting hot even after 4 hours , then I went with the tall reflector bulb and the heat ring , by 2 hours in the lamp was flowing great , after about 6…"
Mar 15
Jonas Clark-Elliott replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"I'm honestly unsure why a 1970s lamp would begin to take much longer to heat up, using the proper 40-watt bulb. Heat rings were introduced in the late 1990s, they were never sold in the 70s, but making one out of foil is an idea."
Mar 14
bob y replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"Made a heat ring , wish me luck lol , gonna try the a 15 40 w bulb frist "
Mar 12
bob y replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"I found 2 reflect bulbs , one is longer then the other , here’s a pic , they both fit am thinking trying the longer one "
Mar 12
bob y replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"Thank you for all the tips .  I’ll let u guys know how it turns out , it’s so weird that it worked good the frist few days  that’s a lovely lamp you have on eBay "
Mar 12
Claude J replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"not recommended to go to a higher wattage. Especially for a vintage lamp where the components can grow brittle over timeyou can try a 40-watt Halogen Reflector and more directly focus the light output,, thus giving more heat to the globe"
Mar 12
bob y replied to Reed's discussion Looking for a Century heat ring
"Wow amazing thank you . I’ll have to give this a try .  now I have 3 good options , the tin foil I could tomorrow , the metal one not sure but I have the tools I think and last a stronger bulb [ a 60 watt bulb ]  would you suggest…"
Mar 11

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Something Interesting About Me:
Reed
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My First Lava Lamp was:
A lame one I bought from from radio shack. It had a black base and cap, clear liquid and pinkish goo. It got dropped too many times while moving and became cloudy and eventually the cap cracked. I chicked it and was lava-less for a few years. I recently purchased a pair of vintage Aristocrat lamps from ebay. Gold with holes in the base, clear liquid and red lava. The difference between true Lava lamps and the radio shack lamp is beyond words. I am hooked!
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At 8:55am on January 15, 2008, Mark Goo said…
Hi Reed

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