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Fix-floor-lamp-pole, if you assembled the floor lamp yourself, keep the instruction manual because it might help you learn how to fix a floor lamp pole. for most cases, a loosened pole is usually the result of the lack of tightening during initial assembly. having the instruction manual around will serve as a good reference for standard maintenance checks.. Many of us have discarded a floor lamp that screws together to form a pole and with a light fixture on top. the number one reason is because the pole fails to maintain a tight grip and begins to lean to one side., set a pillow on the floor. gently lean the lamp downward and rest the top of the floor lamp -- the area near the bulb -- down on the pillow. the shade may be left in place if it is a solid shade or....

Movers smashed my weighted lamp base for my torchiere lamp. i used quikrete, a vinyl concrete patching material to repair it. check it out., ron tanner form houselove.org shows how to re-wire an old floor lamp in easy-to-follow steps. includes information on newer lamps. also includes instructions.... Since the lamp is not visable i can guess that it may be a pole lamp. if so, usually it is assembled by twisting each section together starting from the top. if so, you will need to basically disassemble the lamp from the bottom up. then in the reverse order tighten each section until you get back to the bottom., unplug the lamp from the wall outlet. remove the lampshade and the wishbone assembly supporting the lampshade. 2 grip the brass light socket shell and pull upward, separating it from the brass....

Where the pole connects in the center, the threads are stripped and the whole thing wobbles dangerously! i love the lamp. it seems like it should be simple - i just cannot think how to fix it!, today morning, my car pool guy while backing up from my driveway.. ended up hitting the lamppost and it broke off from the base. it is still bolted to the round base but the base is sheared off the plastic/metal(not sure) pipe that runs the wiring..

My father in law had this beautiful torchiere lamp and it was one of the few things we have left of his and the base plaster weight crumbled and fell out (no photos because it is in the midst of a sea of boxes as we are moving in 2 weeks ) . i really want to save this lamp, the electronics of it work fine. does anyone deal with this kind of thing or have any ideas? thanks a bunch.