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    Maybe you can get pictures or dimensions from Aristo that enable you to determine if one of their replacement lamps would work. Best to call, or email. I wonder if they would allow returns, in case a lamp didn't fit?

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    http://aristogrid.com/prod02CB_D2.D2-HI.htm

    Put a Zone VI sticker on it and install Picker's stabilizer probe and that *IS* my head.

    The "D2 Series Lamp" is a direct replacement, as I understand it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstraw View Post
    http://aristogrid.com/prod02CB_D2.D2-HI.htm

    Put a Zone VI sticker on it and install Picker's stabilizer probe and that *IS* my head.

    The "D2 Series Lamp" is a direct replacement, as I understand it.
    Calumet sells the lamp:

    http://www.calumetphoto.com/item/AI2003.html


    And they own the Zone VI brand. They probably know if it fits.

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    I just looked at my D2 coldlight head in my D2V and it sez Aristo
    Hecho en Newfane...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger Bob View Post
    I just looked at my D2 coldlight head in my D2V and it sez Aristo
    Hecho en Newfane...

    Now that's humor.

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    i belive that richard ritter would know if aristo made them or not , and then i can't understand why aristo would say they didn't. if they did?
    mitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by wager123 View Post
    i belive that richard ritter would know if aristo made them or not , and then i can't understand why aristo would say they didn't. if they did?
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    Because they OEM'd them to Picker on the basis that end-user warranty would be Picker's concern and not their's perhaps. That the modifications Picker had done to them voided Aristo's warranty.

    That's just a guess.

    Picker had no manufacturing. He didn't build a thing. He jobbed everything out. If you're Aristo and Picker has someone replicating your product. Do you allow that?

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