Rewire a Floor Lamp?

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For those who would like to save their favorite lamps but can't, there are still ways on how it can be done. The important thing to do is to get a rewiring kit that can be bought from DIY or hardware stores. You just have to follow the instructios depending on what floor lamp you are trying to rewire to make it possible.
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1. Lamp socket. Disassemble the floor lamp. Remove the lamp shade and bulb. Separate the harp from the harp base (see graphics in "How To Rewire a Thrift Store Lamp" in
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the best way is to replace the switch assembly with a pull chain one; this is tricky to feed the wire through if it is a solid tube; if not it should be pretty easy; but you will
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1 Determine in which direction you want the floor lamp to shine. The type of lamp you buy will depend on where you want to send the light. Torchiere lamps send light directly upwards
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Repairing household lamps that don't work properly is easily done. Available at any well-stocked hardware or electrical store, the plug and cord are simple and inexpensive to replace
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How to Rewire an Old Floor Lamp
You may have a favorite vintage floor lamp and cannot bare to part with it, but it doesn't work anymore. Taking the time to rewire an old floor lamp is easier than it may sound. With a few simple steps you can breathe new life into your old lamp. Here is... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
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