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  1. #1
    lizastutton
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    how do you change a pliable art lamp bulb?

    33PM MODEL 501 120 volts 60hz

    i go through the bottom and take off the metal casing but the power cord is in the way of the lug nut any help is appreciated

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    You don't need to go through the bottom. The top (glass) part is made to separate from the bottom metal portion. Just twist it a little to loosen and they will (eventually) come apart.

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    Where do I find the light bulb for the pliable art lamp 33pm model no. 501 120volts?

  4. #4
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    for the pliable art lamp, i have model 502. you just have to pull and twist to get the base off. and there are light bulbs for the lamp at walmart and ikea

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    what size bulb dose model#101L take?

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    Heart New lamp model no 101L

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what size bulb dose model#101L take?
    Do you know what bulb goes in the pliable art lamp 33pm model no 101L?


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