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Mar 23, 2011 11:03 AM
On March 7, 2010 you said, "The 4800 was an X1 reworked for the home theater market, the optical parts were the same." What do you mean the color wheels are not the same?
Also, the part number on the tag of the hard-wired cable to the X1 color wheel (pictured below), 102143642, is the same as the part number on the tag of the hard-wired cable to the SP4800 color wheel.
The numbers on the color wheels themselves are:
X1 color wheel: 10S5392011 and A13528
SP4800 color wheel: 10S5392011 and A14323
The color wheels visually look exactly the same, apart from some of the numbers being different.
The projector seems to work like new. The picture colors look correct. I'll post here if anything changes.
Mar 22, 2011 9:21 PM
I just ordered a color wheel for the Infocus X1 for my Infocus SP4800 which has been sitting there for a few years with a broken color wheel(bad bearings). I couldn't believe they actually had it in stock. It only took 4 business days to get to Southern California from China. I was skeptical buying from Alibaba and a Chinese company (Guangzhou Yue Yu Electronic Co., Ltd), but am pleased with the results.
Guangzhou Yue Yu Website:
Nancy Chou was my salesperson and was very nice, though she made a couple of mistakes. I asked if she had a color wheel for an X1 and she sent me a price quote for an X2, but quickly apologized and resent the correct quote (same price). It was $66 for the color wheel and $28 Fedex shipping from China. The package went through Alaska and Tennessee before arriving in Southern California a day ahead of schedule. The other mistake she made was the tracking number was one digit off. Also, she told me to make sure and check the item before accepting it from Fed Ex. One other thing...I had to log into Paypal and manually make the payment since the website on Alibaba.com doesn't have a way to pay for the part. You have to add a note when you make the payment on paypal for the part.
I know I sound like a salesman for the company, but I wish someone had found this company and posted it here a long time ago. $94 total for the part and the projector is working like new again.
BTW, the lamp won't power up if the color wheel doesn't power up first and send a signal to the computer. I thought I had bigger problems than just the color wheel until I found the manual online.
Infocus X1 Service Guide:
Use at your own risk!
Dec 23, 2010 12:57 AM
[QUOTE=sheridan|Mar 23, 2009 10:36:27 PM]
I have an X series Light tunnel available. The cost is $59.96 plus UPS Ground shipping, which is usually about $15.00, assuming this is in the US.
I am attempting a light tube repair tomorrow. If the results are poor, I'll be looking for a replacement. Do you still have them available? Thanks.
Aug 26, 2010 6:54 PM
Sheridian, do you have light tunnels available for infocus screenplay 4805? contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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