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Old 09-30-2013, 11:27 AM   #15
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The cameras on our 2013 Winnebago adventurer are part of the mirror housings. They can be adjusted to see anything and everything along the side of the coach. They're a big improvement over earlier models. They have a nice wide angle field of view and superb clarity. Much nicer than going through contortions to try to see if there's anyone in the blind spot.
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I was able to take my side cameras apart and clean the inside of the lens. Be careful with the o'rings when you put them back together.
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Old 09-30-2013, 03:44 PM   #17
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Mine are fogged as well and the dealer (SC Boat n RV) said that's to be expected and they can't do anything about it.
I agree w/ Sarah - totally unacceptable answer!
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I saw an ad that advertised when you turn your turn signal on if the camera sensed a vehicle in your blind spot a warning would sound. Is this how Rv systems work too? And if so, does the moisture keep it from working?
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I was able to take my side cameras apart and clean the inside of the lens. Be careful with the o'rings when you put them back together.
How does te lens come off does it just unscrew?
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How does te lens come off does it just unscrew?
See this thread Fogged up Cameras

I gave semi detailed instructions in the referenced thread but read the whole thread as others added useful suggestions along the way
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Side cameras are the most useless option one could have. If mine were fogged or broken I would not fix em.
Ditto, I have them and never ever use them.
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