#2 Brass Plated Electric Burner

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#2 Brass Plated Electric Burner

  • Fits #2 Queen Ann size collars 1-3/16" ID
  • comes with a removable collar that is threaded 1-5/8"
  • Accapts a 3" base chimney
  • available in several cord color options
  • on/off switch

Also Fits:

Brand B&P Lamp Supply

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
30205 - #2 burner, brass plated, white cord>, on-off switch
30204 - #2 burner, brass plated, brown cord, on-off switch

Out of stock

30206 - #2 burner, brass plated, gold cord>, on-off switch

Out of stock

30204B - #2 burner, brass plated, black cord>, on-off switch
30219 - #2 burner, br. plate, cl. silver cord>, on-off switch
30209 - #2 burner, brass plated, gold cord, 3-way w/bottom lite

Out of stock

30207 - #2 burner, brass plated, brown cord, 3-way w/bottom lite
30208 - #2 burner, brass plated, white cord, 3-way w/bottom lite
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No. 2 Brass plated electrified burner. Fits most No. 2 size collars and comes with removable screw-on collar that also fits threaded glass bases. Wired with quality U.L. listed parts. Accepts a 3" base chimney. Burner is compatible with the following parts:

chimneys: no.57932, 57944, 57946, 57954, 57972, 57953, 57956
tripods 12715, 12717
shade ring holders: 10724, 10730
ball shade holders: 10780, 10790
collars: 20012, 20017, 20002

Your choice of:

  • Lamp cord color
  • Reg. On-Off Switch
  • 3-Way Switch That Controls Bottom Nite-Lite w/7.5W Bulb


Caution: Electrical Hazard!

Important! You must remember that before you attempt to fit, replace, or remove any of the parts on an electric lamp or fixture you must always disconnect or unplug the lamp or fixture from any source of electricity before you begin. Simply turning the lamp "off" will not protect you from an electrical shock.

If you are not sure how to safely disconnect your lamp or fixture from its electrical source, you should contact a licensed electrician or your local power company for further instructions.

How To:

Legal Note:

California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.


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