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Part Number: DLP2000
You should start by verifying the following:
> Reseat the LED flex cable on the EVM and ensure the connection is secure
> Reseat the DMD flex cable on the EVM and ensure the connection is secure
> Ensure you are not hooked up to the BeagleBone Black, in case there are any issues with your software configuration
> Ensure you are using a 5V-3A DC Power supply (such as the one recommended in the EVM user's guide)
If your device is working OK, you should see the splash screen upon connecting power. If you can confirm that your connections are all secure and the system still fails, you may be encountering a hardware failure of some kind. In this case I'd recommend you contact TI store support to request a warranty replacement unit.
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In reply to Philippe Dollo:
I have verified the following:
* Re-seated both cables* Confirmed device is unattached from other devices* Double checked power supply with multi-meter, confined a 5V-3A DC
Still only seeing the two green blinking lights and no projection.
I have already contacted support, and will need authorization for a warranty replacement.
Thank you for your assistance in this matter,
I'm not sure what I was doing wrong initially, but after one more reseating, everything is working as it should.
Thanks for your help.
In reply to Matthew Berlin:
Thanks for the update. I am glad you were able to resolve your issue. Will mark this topic as resolved.
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