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post #1 of 10 Old 02-20-2012, 05:21 PM - Thread Starter
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Don't throw away your great DLP projector just yet. I know those high prices like $350 even $250 are a turn off. Finally just about any color wheel now get them close to $100 and under.

I have two Sharp Z2000's collecting dust and now can both working cheap. Finally

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Where? I need one for my Mitsubishi HC1500.
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You can find the guy on fleabay. I saw a couple of Mits models, Benq's like the 8700. Ths good news is my engineer contact at Optoma said later color wheels are made differently, more durable. If you don't see it contact him he'll get it.

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Did you get that HC1500 wheel? I ordered the Sharp Z2000 wheel. I already have the broken one out.

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I haven't ordered yet.
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The guys not going away, says he'll be around. That's good because I have other DLP's that I know if needed the wheels are in grasp. That's just for the older projectors newer models have upgraded wheels. So like the old Infocus, old Optomas, Old Sharp, Old Yamaha's, Benq's at least they can be fixed cheap now.

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care to point me in the direction of that z2000 wheel? ive been all over ebay and haven't found it. i ordered a dt 400 replacement wheel as i was told they had the same color wheels but it definitely doesn't fit.

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Seems you found it. I forwarded pictures of my wheel with the numbers on the tag to help him find the proper match. He sent me what is probably your pictures you must be beau? He needs the number just after the Large Lettered number.

The number that matches is the number just after the larger printed
E05307- production number. This number here (GCJ806LS4501B) is the model number. The first number is a production amount number.

Here's my picture with the model number.
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yeh, those are my pictures he sent you. I'll check that number on mine as well, although i'm guessing it wont matter as long as he match up to yours. Hopefully he can come through with a proper replacement. I ended up buying another projector the other night anyhow,but would still like to get this z2000 up and running.

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