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Need new bulb in my mini wax melt warmer from Hobby Lobby!

Started 1318337130.17 in Viewpoints | Last reply 1318426807.047 by JuJu Squeezey

My light bulb just burned out, and I don't know what size watt bulb to use to replace it. I threw my box away, and I don't see anything on the burnt bulb that indicates the wattage. Also, I can't seem to find those warmers on Hobby Lobby's website. Can anybody help? Thanks!

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cmhpss1318337348.2537444 PostsRegistered 12/19/2008

I don't know what size, but I would take the bulb to Home Depot and ask, or go to the lightbulb section and find one the same size.

My Scentsy warmer says inside: Use only type G lamp 25 W max

Christina

Hooty1318345865.64319600 PostsRegistered 9/4/2006Sweet Home Alabama

Gee have you ever thought of taking the burnt out bulb to the store and finding one that size?????

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Caffeina1318359839.9331900 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

If it's a Scentsationals plug-in, it says on their Facebook page to use a clear (not frosted) 15 watt chandelier bulb.

sue981318362716.273685 PostsRegistered 7/12/2007
On 10/11/2011 Hooty said:

Gee have you ever thought of taking the burnt out bulb to the store and finding one that size?????

Gee,thanks so much for the wonderful suggestion, but I already know what SIZE the bulb is. That particular bulb comes in various wattages, and I don't want to buy a bulb with too many watts, as I would really rather not burn my house down!!! Thanks again, as I'm sure you were only trying to help!

sue981318362829.2073685 PostsRegistered 7/12/2007
On 10/11/2011 cmhpss said:

I don't know what size, but I would take the bulb to Home Depot and ask, or go to the lightbulb section and find one the same size.

My Scentsy warmer says inside: Use only type G lamp 25 W max

Thank you, cmhpss, but I'm thinking your Scentsy might be bigger than my miini warmer, as mine could not take a 25w bulb, for sure. Thanks again, and I will be checking out the Scentsy warmers, as I would love another warmer! Have great day!

sue981318362907.913685 PostsRegistered 7/12/2007
On 10/11/2011 Caffeina said:

If it's a Scentsationals plug-in, it says on their Facebook page to use a clear (not frosted) 15 watt chandelier bulb.

Thanks, Caffeina! I'm just surprised my bulb has burned out already.

sue981318382734.693685 PostsRegistered 7/12/2007

Well, I tried a bulb that I had in my cupboard, and I guess I need one with a higher wattage. I had my warmer turned on for over an house, and my wax melt never melted!

Claudia1318386637.56357 PostsRegistered 8/11/2005Oklahoma City

Have you ever thought about buying an electric tart warmer. I love them and you just plug them in and go about your business. You can get them on ebay and they aren't very expensive. Just something to think about.

claudia

azterry1318391019.1236341 PostsRegistered 3/31/2008valley of the sun, AZ

I have a warmer from Hobby Lobby that uses a bulb. You need the bulb that is made specifically for this type warmer. A regular light bulb will not work. If you take your bulb back to Hobby Lobby, you will see replacements hanging on hooks with the warmer display. There are a couple of different varieties, so bring your bulb with you so you choose the right one.

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sue981318419265.4133685 PostsRegistered 7/12/2007
On 10/11/2011 azterry said:

I have a warmer from Hobby Lobby that uses a bulb. You need the bulb that is made specifically for this type warmer. A regular light bulb will not work. If you take your bulb back to Hobby Lobby, you will see replacements hanging on hooks with the warmer display. There are a couple of different varieties, so bring your bulb with you so you choose the right one.

Darn it!!! I wish I would have known that before I bought it! The only Hobby Lobby I know of is almost 2 hrs. away! The bulb looks like a regular night light bulb. I thought it could be easily replaced. Oh well, thanks for the information! I guess I will have to wait till my next trip to Hobby Lobby.

mommadukes­_kw1318426600.807435 PostsRegistered 7/13/2009upstate, new york
On 10/12/2011 sue98 said:
On 10/11/2011 azterry said:

I have a warmer from Hobby Lobby that uses a bulb. You need the bulb that is made specifically for this type warmer. A regular light bulb will not work. If you take your bulb back to Hobby Lobby, you will see replacements hanging on hooks with the warmer display. There are a couple of different varieties, so bring your bulb with you so you choose the right one.

Darn it!!! I wish I would have known that before I bought it! The only Hobby Lobby I know of is almost 2 hrs. away! The bulb looks like a regular night light bulb. I thought it could be easily replaced. Oh well, thanks for the information! I guess I will have to wait till my next trip to Hobby Lobby.

Sue, we have a hobby lobby in this area as we discussed before where about i live. That should be a little closer. We also have a michaels. Hope this helps.

JuJu Squee­zey1318426807.0214444 PostsRegistered 4/22/2009Space Coast FL

Did you ever order the night light warmers?

Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of bat, and tongue of dog, Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting, Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a h ell-broth boil and bubble.
William Shakespeare

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