|Product Depth (in.)||9.5||Product Height (in.)||25.5|
|Product Width (in.)||6.75|
|Base Color Family||Multi-Colored||California Title 20 Compliant||Yes|
|Compatible Bulb Type||LED||Damp/Wet Rating||Dry Rated|
|Desk Lamp Type||Novelty||Features||No Additional Features|
|Fixture Color/Finish||Light Wood Grain||Fixture Material||Plastic|
|Harp Type||No Harp||Included||No Additional Items Included|
|Lamp Base Material||Metal||Lamp Base Type||Table|
|Lamp Shape||Novelty||Lamp Type||Task|
|Light Bulb Base Code||LED||Light Bulb Type Included||Fluorescent|
|Maximum Bulb Wattage||150 W||Maximum Wattage (watts)||150|
|Number of Bulbs Required||1||Number of Lights||1 Light|
|Power Source||Plug-In||Primary Switch Type||On/off|
|Product Weight (lb.)||4.95||Recommended Light Bulb Shape Code||LED|
|Certifications and Listings||CSA Listed, ETL Listed, UL Recognized||Manufacturer Warranty||30 days|
A: Yes, that's would work just fine. Hope this answers your question!
A: A CRT is a cathode ray tube and in reference to this light is simply referring to the fluorescent light that is used in this light I would presume.
A: No. This lamp takes a compact fluorescent bulb that comes with the lamp. It doesn’t screw in. It just snaps in. If you look at the pictures that are at the bottom of the description on the online page for the lamp, you will see a picture of what the bulb looks like. It is square with 4 attached tubes. I have attached a picture of my own but it’s dark. I hope that helps.
A: No it’s not a standard bulb. It takes a fluorescent bulb that consists of 4 tubes that are attached at the bottom and it just snaps in. Here is a picture of it in the lamp. I apologize for it being so dark.
A: I ordered a desk light and a floor light through the mail. When they got here the bulbs were both broken. I had to buy new ones from Home Depot. They didn't replace them for me. I was disappointed. Now the bulbs have burned out again. I live an hour away from Home Depot so I haven't replaced them yet. When they work I really love them. But the bulbs have been a problem. Putting them in and taking them out is not the problem though. Good luck!
A: You can remove the bulb easy, it just plugs in. You can get a replacement bulb at Home Depot. I've had the light for a couple years now and have never had to replaced a bulb yet.
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