I'm not 100% certain of this, but if you pull the right-hand network module (the one closest to the power supply), you'll see two 28 pin socketed IC's. One of them will have the cisco boot ROM version and copyright on it. I *think* the other is the NVRAM. The socket looks "thicker" than normal, and I suspect it's a Dallas Semiconductor (or equivalent) socket with a battery built-in. This battery has a finite lifetime. Or maybe that SRAM chip is itself bad.
The low-hanging fruit may be to find another 4500 that works OK and swap it out. :o/
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