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Old 06-04-2017, 07:01 AM   #1
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Camera Monitor Flip

While cruising down the freeway, out of the corner of my eye I saw my rear camera monitor flicker. Later when I glanced at the monitor I saw cars passing me on the right, except I was in the right lane. The monitor is no longer showing a mirror image. I can't find any control on the monitor to switch it back.
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Some units do the flipping at the camera end, often this is a short wire loop that you either cut or re-connect to reverse the image, sometimes it is an inline switch.
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Some units do the flipping at the camera end, often this is a short wire loop that you either cut or re-connect to reverse the image, sometimes it is an inline switch.
Agree. And sometimes, it is a menu item on the monitor.

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