Richard Balzano posted 05/15/2013 I have 2 Chrome Luxo small task lights which were purchased in 1973. They were approx $250.00 each when purchased new. I have used them continually for the past 40 years and they still looked like new. However their interior shade housings (plastic parts) had dried up and as a result the inner reflector shades were loose and the lamps became very hot without this part which also provided insulation as well as stabilization for the inner shade. I started my quest to repair these lights with Luxo but they no longer serviced these lights nor had parts. A very kind employee at Luxo recognized my disappointmnet and recommended I contact EAE Sales and give them a try which I did and I am very glad. I just received the lights back and they are as good as new. This was a difficult repair as new parts had to be made from the remains of the old parts which fortunately I retained when they literally fell out ot the lamps in pieces. (The new parts are made of fiberglass - a much better material for this purpose than the original plastic). A lot of time and effort went into this repair - fabricating parts etc. and I think another company would probably not have bothered. I whole-heartedly recommend EAE Sales. They are very conscientious and do a great job. Bravo!