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Old 11-03-2018, 07:47 PM   #1
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So what is dash mounted Sony box for? All I can get is a blue screen.
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There should be a foot thick packet of booklets and other reading material that explain how your coach works.
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There should be a foot thick packet of booklets and other reading material that explain how your coach works.
I'm working through them, but some things I'm impatient with.
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So what is dash mounted Sony box for? All I can get is a blue screen.


Dash mounted? Is it your rear view camera?
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Dash mounted? Is it your rear view camera?
It is dash mounted. The main unit (not the Sony) does radio nav, rear and side camera. I can't see the Sony does anything but it must.
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It is dash mounted. The main unit (not the Sony) does radio nav, rear and side camera. I can't see the Sony does anything but it must.


Is it maybe the monitor to a TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitor System)?
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So itís your GPS!? Thatís cool. Blue screen means itís dead, software didnít power up correctly. You gotta get the manual out and contact the software maker. Only they can step you through diagnostics. It could be as simple as a loose connection, or you might need to update the firmware.

I donít know about your situation but I inherited a 50-pound briefcase of manuals from the previous owner of my Winnebago. And I found another 20 pounds of manuals for stuff added or upgraded since original purchase!
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So itís your GPS!? Thatís cool. Blue screen means itís dead, software didnít power up correctly. You gotta get the manual out and contact the software maker. Only they can step you through diagnostics. It could be as simple as a loose connection, or you might need to update the firmware.

I donít know about your situation but I inherited a 50-pound briefcase of manuals from the previous owner of my Winnebago. And I found another 20 pounds of manuals for stuff added or upgraded since original purchase!


Hum, my GPS is in the top unit. I have a similar 50 lbs if manuals and have to find any help on this little box that helped me.

Then again it was only this morning I learned that the top unit has pip capability.

I am also looking for the Apple connector. Life can be a challenge.
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