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Old 05-20-2011, 06:22 AM   #1
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Rear Monitor

My Monitor ( 7 months old) Voyger starts to fade out and jump around a little sometimes during our outings. It fades out to where sometimes I can barely see my toad. Then I can sometimes loose the picture. I turn it off for awhile and when I turn it back on it works for a undetermend time. I just had the monitor and camera tested and they could not get them to act up. I get a little interference when I turn on the AC. DC voltage is 14.7 ac off and 14.3 ac on. Could it be a problem with the ground wire? I need some ideas leaving in 10 days for 3 month trip out West. Sure would like it to work correctly.


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Old 05-20-2011, 06:31 AM   #2
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I had somewhat of the same problem with a truck years ago, it turned out to be a poor ground between the camera head mounting bracket and body.
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