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Old 03-01-2016, 02:21 AM   #1
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Humphreys Lamp

Finally installed lamp and run gas line.

Lamp is easy to light and really quiet. Nice warm glow for the evening.

Used a solid mantle instead of tie on fabric one.

Excuse walls will get flaking paint all sorted later.
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Old 03-01-2016, 08:35 PM   #2
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Hey B,
We have the same lamp. Love the light, love the heat on a chilly morning. Make sure you crack the roof vent.
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Hey B,
Do you have a name and number for the solid mantle? I've been using the tie on mantels and they always seem to fall apart just when you need them.
On several occasions the glass globe has fallen off onto the table but never broken, make sure you don't have any loose screws. Check the lamp too.

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well I have one missing screw on globe. But I snug the globe up well enough.
The mantles can be bought on Vintage trailer supply. You might need to change your burner nose to put on mantle. when traveling you just place mantle back in container which is also designed so you can put mantle back on without toughing it.
I should buy a spare one.
Nice to have lamp running though. It helps keep trailer warm in winter and I use less battery power.
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