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Old 09-21-2015, 09:27 AM   #1
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Pasanger side camera foggy

I have wiped the lens down with a cotton rag but it's still foggy. Any ideas on this issue. This is a 2007 Phaeton. The camera is not built into the mirror.
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Old 09-21-2015, 03:14 PM   #2
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My coach is a later model (see below) with the camera mounted in the mirror arm just below the mirror. In the first year of ownership my cameras became fogged and the techs said the only thing to be done was to replace the cameras as the moisture had gotten inside the lens. Fortunately I was still under warranty so it cost me nothing but aggravation as the new cameras had a different connector so they had to change out the entire system. The good news was Tiffin went for the upgraded system with PIP (picture in picture) which was not on the system as installed. It means I have all three cameras viewable as I drive with the mirror camera images in the upper left and right of the main image until I turn on the turn indicator.
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