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I have a Humphrey propane wall light in a cabin I bought. What would cause the mantle to burn black? I tied on a new mantle and did the pre burn. Lite the light later and it slowly turned black, all but the very end by the time I turned it off. I didn't use a Humphrey mantle, i hade a new mantle from the hardware store. Could there be another reason for this burnout/



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The mix is rich, too much gas or not enough air?

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Hello, shaff! You may have put your Humphrey propane wall light in the wrong, so the total voltage for your setup has a different amount of voltage needed to work smoothly. I would buy other LED bulbs for your establishment and see how they would work with them. In any case, it's best to consult with a professional lighting shop/service. For example, you can visit lightingandsupplies.com and get a free online consultation on your problem. I'm sure they can help you with your problem. Have a great day, Barbhash, and if you have any problems, feel free to PM me.



-- Edited by henryettapar on Monday 11th of July 2022 07:27:56 AM



-- Edited by henryettapar on Monday 11th of July 2022 07:28:07 AM

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