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Old 01-09-2016, 09:38 AM   #1
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Side View Cameras

Have a new Winnebago Vista. Side view cameras that show side corresponding to turn signal activated - worked fine for a few months. Now seem to have lost resolution and appear cloudy at times. I have carefully wiped off lenses to no avail. I am thinking moisture has seeped in - anyone had any experience/thoughts on matter?

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You are probably correct; moister in lens. Should be covered by warranty with Winnebago.

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We have turn signal activated side cameras but I rarely look at them. Once you learn to use your mirrors, that's what you stick with.
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