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Joe Knapp wrote:
> What may work for you though, is that if you place the two coils,
> perhaps in series, perhaps adjacent, one with the light bulb connected
> and the other with the battery, you may see the light bulb illuminate
> briefly when you disconnect the battery.

Add a normally-open pushbutton on the battery side and you might be
able to "pump" light by pushing the button at a nice steady pace.


//Peter

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