Sox, Is the honey still in the comb? If so, I would stack my supers in an area that I could regulate the temp and try to get it up around 100 degrees and try to get at least some of it to liquify. Will probably take a while. Beware, the comb will be very soft at that temp. Maybe even break loose from the frames. But, if it holds up, and you have an extractor, (forgot to ask that) you can let it sit out for a short time and then extract the partially liquid honey and then finish the heating process void of honeycomb. That way you get to salvage your comb.
Yes, the honey is still inside the comb. I just have so many mediums full of honey, I'd need to heat up a small room or large closet! The inside of my shed gets pretty hot but I'd have to wait until June and then I'd have to carry all those mediums over there about thirty feet. I got them in the basement now where I have a water supply and do the crushing.
I don't have an extractor, besides I do all foundationless. I do have a pretty good stainless steel wine press that I use for large quantities. If the honey wasn't crystallized, I'd be using it. Wishful thinking.
There is a process that I've done that I could try with the press. I crushed the stuff in small one gallon buckets and set it on the waterbed heater. In a couple of hours, everything was nice and liquid BUT if I didn't keep a close watch, the wax would begin to melt. No way to control the temperature accurately. I poured this into double bucket filter system and waited.
Instead, I could take this warm stuff and pour it into the press, on which I have a metal bucket heater. Extremely labor intensive but it's the only thing I can think of. What do you all think?
That light bulb idea is pretty good. Too bad I have so much to process.