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Old 07-30-2013, 02:40 PM   #1
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Back up camera

I have a voyaguer b/w backup camera that quit working. The moniter comes on but all I get are horizontal lines. Any help is much appreciated.

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What brand is the monitor?

If it's a Weldex tube type monitor save yourself a lot of aggravation and replace it.

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Thanks for the reply

It is a voyager monitor not tubes.
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Sounds like the vertical is rolling and not syncing up.
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Our unit quit, took the dash apart and found the video in cable had come out. Maybe one of our cats up under the dash knocked it loose
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Old 07-30-2013, 10:00 PM   #6
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I have a voyaguer b/w backup camera that quit working. The moniter comes on but all I get are horizontal lines. Any help is much appreciated.

Tks
1) Check your connections
2) You should be able to take the camera apart, the one that is at the rear of your RV. There should be 4 screws or bolts holding the Camera together. When apart clean the lens and the Glass Mirror part. Sometimes you can can get moisture into the camera which will distort the picture. If this is the case , taking the Camera apart and making sure the inside is dry could clear up the issue. If your seal in Camera housing is leaking mositure, once you have dried it out, seal it back up. Mounting a piece of plexglass on top of the camera could prevent moisture from getting into the camera if your camera seal is leaking.
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If it is an F connector on each end of your coax. Pull it out and look at the copper conductor. If it is oxidized, just take a utility knife and scrape the oxidation off the conductor by dragging the blade backwards across the copper. This should clean up any connection issue.
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