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I have a HoMedics p-12-3 twist lamp, and its missing the bulb i was hoping to find a diagram of the electonic part of the lamp so i can see how a bulb would go in, because right now its just a metal hoop that does'nt make sense.

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Email me at Morris042@ymail.com and i can send you a PDF diagram of the solution. All you need is a 12V 20W flood light bulb. You can pick it up at any hardware store. It's about 1.3 inchs wide. The metal hoop and springs are what holds the bulb in place due to the vibrations from the pump.

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