Part Number: DLPLCR4500EVM
I have been using a DLPLCR4500EVM for a couple of months. Today when I powered it on, it stopped producing any blue light. I confirmed with the DLP LightCrafter 4500 Control Software by changing the LED Selection to manual and trying the Red, Green and Blue LEDs only. The projector is mounted and didn't move between last good operation and today so I don't think anything physical was changed.
Is there anything I should look at to get the blue led back on?
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