Mini moving head replacement LED

djgra79

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I've had the below cheap eBay LED moving heads for years, even deployed them in the front yard display for a couple of years but more recently feature in my live Twitch streams.
A couple of weeks ago I noticed one unit has dropped the blue LED colour, so naturally this reduces its colour output by 1/3.

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I opened it up to take a look and see if its possible to replace the LED but there are no distinct markings to indicate a part number to search for.
Would anyone happen to have any idea what to search for a replacement or is it not worth it? I'm leaning towards getting a new pair of mini moving heads anyway, as these are close to 10 years old and a bit slow and noisy.
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djgra79

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Yes a plastic cover & lens goes over it to hold in place
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David_AVD

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A new LED would be pretty cheap and should be available on AliExpress.

Do you have any specs for the fixture regards to the LED W rating?
 

djgra79

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A new LED would be pretty cheap and should be available on AliExpress.

Do you have any specs for the fixture regards to the LED W rating?
The box claims "1x 15w LED", the manual claims "1x 14w LED, 50000 hours"
Most similar looking fixtures online boast a 10w LED so anyones guess really!
 

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I did some searching and i think i have found the exact led that the light uses. Ive put some links for them from ebay and aliexpress.
For the the aliexpress one, get the 6 pin rgb type. because the wires will connect directly to the led
 
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