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Old 03-19-2015, 06:50 PM   #1
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Unhappy Camera monitor not working

I have a 2013 Itasca Sunstar and I just found yesterday that the monitor for the cameras is not working. It is a Magnadyne Mobilvision M130C. it is on all the time in the back and then switches when I use the turn signals.
Got in the other day to move the coach a bit to make room for company parking and the monitor did not come on. Can't power it up at all. I pulled the monitor out and checked the cable behind and it seems to be fine. I don't know how to determine which fuse to check? And I am not sure if there is a switch somewhere that I inadvertently hit. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
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Were the house batteries turned on? Do you have a volt meter and know how to use it?
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Yes the house batteries were on. And no I do not have a voltage meter. Should I be checking the fuses? Any idea how it would be classified? Thanks for your help.
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You may have a small hole in the front that provides a reset switch.
Hope so....
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You can check the fuses but you will not be able to diagnose anything until you get a mutimeter and learn how to use it. You might ask another RVer that knows how to troubleshoot teach you while he finds the problem for you and you can buy him and his wife dinner. Good luck and keep us posted.
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I checked and no reset hold on the monitor. But thanks anyway!
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From the manual:

No Power/Picture
• Check Fuses
• Check if AV Cable is Properly Connected to Monitor

Monitor Does Not Display Image When Vehicle is in Reverse
• Check the Green Reverse Trigger Wire for Proper 12 Volt Connection.
• Check Video Inputs to Ensure they are Properly Connected
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I did see all that in the manual.
I pulled the monitor out and the one cable is securely attached.
I pulled every fuse under the dash and under the hood and found them all to be good. (I wish I knew which one was for the camera system)
The cameras are set up to show the rear all the time, because I tow.
But I did try using the signals to see if those cameras would show on the monitor and they do not.
There doesn't seem to be any power to it.
Could there be a switch somewhere that I turned off inadvertently? (both battery switches by the door are on)
I guess I should try to trace that one cable back under the dash--and see where it goes??
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I have a Voyager B&W CRT monitor in my 09 Journey. Turned it on in cold (15F) and the fuse blew. The fuse on mine is an inline fuse on the power cord to the monitor about 10" back from the unit. You might want to recheck to see if you have an inline fuse. You might also try to download a manual for the unit to see if/where it is fused. Your symptoms point to a blown fuse. Mine was not fused in a Winnebago panel unfortunately requiring remove of a portion of the dash. When I replaced the fuse, I relocated it so it is now accessible from under the dash. Good luck,
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camera monitor not working--wiring diagram

Wiring diagram.pdf

This is the wiring diagram from the booklet.
Just under the monitor on the Red Wire is a 2 amp something?? Could that be the inline fuse?
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This is the wiring diagram from the booklet.
Just under the monitor on the Red Wire is a 2 amp something?? Could that be the inline fuse?
Congratulations, I think you have found your problem. Hopefully getting to it is not too difficult. If it is, consider cutting it out of its current location and adding a length of wire with the fuse holder to locate it where you can easily get at it in the future. Remember, if it blew once, it could/can/will (pick one) blow again. Good luck,
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Thanks so much for your help!
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Thanks so much for your help!

Was the fuse blown?
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