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Versión actual por: jayeff ,

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Hi @dj1958 ,
 
Did you try just reversing the Blue and White wiring connections to the one LED, or inserting it in the other way?
 
Dual colour LEDs usually have 2 inputs and a common anode, e.g. in your case a Blue input lead, a common anode lead (usually onin the centre of the 3 leadsleads) and a White input lead.
Dual colour LEDs usually have 2 inputs and a common anode, e.g. in your case a Blue input lead, a common anode lead (usually onin the centre of the 3 leadsleads) and a White input lead.
 
Here’s an image to show what I mean.
 
Imagine that the lead on the left of the LED is the Blue input, the centre (being longer) is the common Anode lead and the lead on the right is the White input
Imagine that the lead on the left of the LED is the Blue input, the centre (being longer) is the common Anode lead and the lead on the right is the White input
 
[image|1643779]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

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Hi @dj1958 ,

Did you try just reversing the Blue and White wiring connections to the one LED, or inserting it in the other way?

Dual colour LEDs usually have 2 inputs and a common anode, e.g. in your case a Blue input lead, a common anode lead (usually on the centre of the 3 leads and a White input lead.

Here’s an image to show what I mean.

Imagine that the lead on the left of the LED is the Blue input, the centre (being longer) is the Anode and the lead on the right is the White input

[image|1643779]

(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

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