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REPLACEMENT COLOR WHEELS FOR FANTASIA SUNBURST 4000, COSMOS 5000, SOLAR 1 & REGENCY NOW AVAILABLE!

Replacement color wheels and wheel refurbishment is now available for sale on ebay. I am resuming production of these wheels. If you are interested, please visit the link below in this post, if you have any questions please feel free to ask away within this thread!

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Thanks critter! I was thinking about the color coming from the bottom , as well as the possibility of a coating on the outside of the bottle. If you made a smooth color changing rainbow wheel with clear dots spaced around it, would the effect be a bright moving point of light (in a fiber optic lamp that is).

I have a clean crack in the wheel... is there a way to repair it or should I just replace it?   Are these easy to remove and replace?  I haven't fiddled with the lamp.  It was such a great find at the back of a Goodwill store... It works other than the wheel problem.

My colour wheel has stopped working any ideas as to why thanks

I would like to order a couple color wheels for a chrome sunburst, I sent you a friends request.

Thank you.

Are you still selling these replacement color wheels?

If so I would be interested in purchasing several of them.

I have 3 Cosmos, 3 Solar1's, 3 Regencies, and 5 Sunbursts, and I would like to make a few of them more unique looking.

I am just worried that I may not possess the technical skill required to install a new color wheel and I am scared that I might break my lamp while trying to do so!

Hello, its been a while. My apologies for the delay in responding to everyone's requests. I do still make these replacement wheels. I am working on a fresh batch of wheels and should be ready to go again in a week or so. I have new patterns to select from. I will upload those pics to this listing tomorrow. I no longer sell through ebay so i will conduct business via paypal. The wheels cost $20.00 plus shipping, figure on $ 3-5 for shipping. Multiple wheels will be shipped together.

Mike high, these wheels are easy to switch out. The worst part to worry about changing the old wheel from the lamp is the possibility that the existing wheel will crack and break during removal because they are glass, my replacements are made from a thick plexiglass that is durable against heat and cracking, other than that i provide detailed instructions for changing out the wheels. The wheels will fit all of the models you listed above because the inside workings for each of those lamps is identicle.

Please feel free to email me with any questions. My email is jmpenny32@gmail.com that is easier for me as i am not really on this site that often anymore.

I am ready to purchase  if you are ready to sell  

I tried sending an email to your Gmail address but I received no reply.

Hey there! I just responded to you via email. These wheels are very easy to install. The worst/tricky part is removing the old wheel. The replacement wheel will ship with instructions on how to install the new wheel.

MileHigh said:

Are you still selling these replacement color wheels?

If so I would be interested in purchasing several of them.

I have 3 Cosmos, 3 Solar1's, 3 Regencies, and 5 Sunbursts, and I would like to make a few of them more unique looking.

I am just worried that I may not possess the technical skill required to install a new color wheel and I am scared that I might break my lamp while trying to do so!

Hey Joe,

Thanks for the response.

I just sent you payment for a new color wheel.

I am sure there are other members here that are interested in a new color wheel as well and I will let everyone know how the installation goes 

Might be obvious to some but a tip for when you install a new colourwheel is make sure the painted side of the glass is facing away from the bulb.

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