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Lava lamp motion model 2301 assembly instructions

Hello, I lost instructions to assemble lamp, please help.
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SOURCE: Lava Lamp is new, not working, spring loose on bottom, no blobs

The lamp is made of wax and alcohol. Try inverting the bottle several times. The aim is to get the wax to fall to the bottom. Try shaking it, especially when the fluid is warm. This may help break the wax up to where it can begin cycling on its own.....careful, though, you don't want to burn your hand. I have done this several times, and it works!
Best regards, --W/D--

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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The lamp is made of wax and alcohol. Try inverting the bottle several times. The aim is to get the wax to fall to the bottom. Try shaking it, especially when the fluid is warm. This may help break the wax up to where it can begin cycling on its own.....careful, though, you don't want to burn your hand. I have done this several times, and it works!
Best regards, --W/D--

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