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Old 06-30-2019, 12:51 PM   #1
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Rear View Camera Display

I will keep repeating that I am new to Motorhoming. 2017 Bay Star 3401. I put my emergency flashers on while climbing a pass. Needless to say I was going slow.. The display went kind of wonky which I can understand as it kept switching between the rear and side view cameras. Do I care about that? Should I not use my emergency flashers? I thought a good solution would be to turn off the display while the flashers are on. I doubt I would be changing lanes and of course I would have the mirrors if i had to.

What do you guys do? Am I missing something?

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Our BS3401 does the same, but it doesn’t bother me. I get a scanning view.

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That is by design, since the system thinks you want to see all directions at time of issue. New Ventana does same thing, mostly ignore it, unless I need to see sides or rear. Normally front is where the problem is, and that is where eyes are pealed.
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