Threaded rods and power feeds to bulbs penetrate into the bucket base. The bottom circline bulb is supported on three yellow wirenuts secured with screws through wall of plastic oil-change pan. This allows airflow though chamber for effective cooling. Air is drawn into the chamber through a gap between the rims of the top and bottom oil-change pans that is created when they are turned face-to-face.
Contributed by Jim McClarin on 10 June, 2006 - 9:38pm Last updated 13 November, 2006 - 1:39am
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