I'd like to configure a circuit to replace two LEDs (one red, one green) which illuminate alternately with one bicolor LED.
There are three leads for the remote LEDs. I'm suspecting there is a common ground or a common power.
If all else fails, I like the suggestion to use an LED with a clear case, and the mount other LED behind it. Nice low-tech solution!
The manufacturer has provided the attached schematic for the two-LED circuit. Can anyone help with how I convert this for a bi-color LED which changes color by reversing polarity (one cathode anode anode):