amanda wrote:If you bought it at Bunnings, you should be able to order a replacement bulb through their "Special Orders" desk.
will_deness wrote:amanda wrote:If you bought it at Bunnings, you should be able to order a replacement bulb through their "Special Orders" desk.
Provided the manufacturer has a after sales service division, which is doubtful considering it is a $20 lantern,ie its a consumable item.
Edit; Why not take it back and get a replacement lantern from bunnings? If its only a few months old they should honour that as a defective item.
I have been to almost every camping & lighting shop in my local area (Penrith-mountains) the lighting shops say see a camping shop & visa-versa
Al&Sharon wrote:yes I agree with Amanda take it back to bunnings say its not working dont mention the bulb as long as you have your reciet they will exchange or give your money back and also like aus says dont forget your clothes.Alan
Komodo wrote:I swear I've seen those exact lights at my local bunnings in the garden lighting section
I have the receipt in my pocket today & on my lunch break I will be paying Bunnings another visit :$
cokebottle wrote:Went back to Bunnings & they took all the details & said they will contact the supplier & let me know, when I first went to Bunnings the two people I saw in the electrical section were not very helpful - I should have went to the special orders desk the first time, they were very helpful.
gypsylady wrote:So did they refund your money??
cokebottle wrote:gypsylady wrote:So did they refund your money??
They said if they can't get a globe then that would be the next action, the lady at the refund desk was astounded that they had sold a lamp for which you could not get a globe for.
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