I was just given a VINTAGE (I think) Wilton Kolorflo water fountain (brown cardboard box says "Manufactured in Germany for the Wilton Co. a division of Pillsbury Co."; funny because tissue paper directions say "Made in Taiwan"??? Anyway, I have NO CLUE what these little white rubber cone- shaped pieces are (see attached pic). At first I thought they were rubber feet for the white & red water flow pistons, because they fit perfectly inside them. I discovered the white cylinder (piston) which came in the unit, made the water flow slower than the red ones; not mentioned in the instructions. Anyway, I still can't seem to figure out what the little white rubber cones are for.
Secondly, does anyone have a clue, where exactly, I can get a replacement bulb? If so please email me a link so I can find it easier.
Thank you in advance
the cone shaped things are feet
Thank you for your reply. That was my 1st logical guess too BUT the question is... to what? Since there's already 3 shallow elongated plastic pieces molded as part of the bottom in lieu of actual feet/bumpers, and the 4 holes (see new attachment) don't seem to be in logical spots (evenly spaced near the edge) nor are they all the same size, I'm at a loss. Hmmm.
the feet do not go to that fountain -- they must just be something tossed in for good measure
AI once had one of those vintage fountains :) I never saw those feet. I agree w/K8. I know my hubby got a replacement bulb but........sorry I cannot say how/where. Seems to me it came from Germany.
I once had one of those vintage fountains I never saw those feet. I agree w/K8.
I know my hubby got a replacement bulb but........sorry I cannot say how/where. Seems to me it came from Germany.
kakeladi -- only thing was they weren't vintage when i/we were using them -- hahaha
K8 speak for yourself!! HaHaHa