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Lava sticking to the sides of lamp
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Hai everyone! Just want to say this place is awesome, I never expected to find such massed enthusiasm for Lava Lamps!anyway, I really need help with something.I love my lamp. I rescued it from being…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude J May 22, 2022.


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Claude J replied to Jhammo52's discussion Lava sticking to the sides of lamp
"that globe can be opened but it takes a lot of patience.You need to gently pry the bottom crimp section up and away from the globe as you rotate the globe.A little at a time will do.Takes @3/4 rotationsThe globe needs to be emptied, cleaned,…"
May 22, 2022
Johnny replied to Jhammo52's discussion Lava sticking to the sides of lamp
"Hi fellow lamp lover people I found a method that has worked perfectly for me. I'm renewing my lamps with new Ooze from www.lavalabscreations.com I heated the lamp up and dumped the old stuff. Autumn suggested filling with gasoline, let it sit…"
May 19, 2022
dave Franklin replied to Jhammo52's discussion Lava sticking to the sides of lamp
"It can be cause from having a dirty lamp wall inside. I've replaced the fluid in some and if I didn't clean the inside of the lamp it would adhere just like this."
Mar 12, 2022
Camilis Rodriguez liked Jhammo52's discussion Lava sticking to the sides of lamp
Dec 27, 2020

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Something Interesting About Me:
Need help with a lava lamp!
My First Lava Lamp was:
Second hand relic that was going to be scrapped. Worked well for a while then the lava started to cake on the glass.

Hoping somene here can help me with it!

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At 5:00pm on December 17, 2009, Modulo '70 said…
Just checked out you discussion and I can see now it's not a Hunter Sata-lite model nor Mathmos or Crestworth. It's china made which aren't great quality but do flow pretty well. Longevity is the real issue and as with all lava lamps, sadly it only has a finite existence. Goo(d) luck with your repairs.
At 4:48pm on December 17, 2009, Modulo '70 said…
Hey, what type of lamp is it? Looks like a 'Hunter Sata-Lite bottle in your avatar pic. I could be wrong though. Have you tried running it for several hours? and i mean several, like say 10? Give it a go and see what happens. Also is the coil sitting in the right position under the wax? Check it out. Jerome (Alpha Centauri)
At 4:43pm on December 17, 2009, Modulo '70 said…
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