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Old 04-16-2007, 06:13 AM   #1
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Can anyone help point the way to replace or repair a videoman camera from the rear of a 99 Holiday Rambler motorhome. Monitor is fine and in the dash. Major (at least it looks major) problem taking the dash apart to get to the monitor for replacement.

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Can anyone help point the way to replace or repair a videoman camera from the rear of a 99 Holiday Rambler motorhome. Monitor is fine and in the dash. Major (at least it looks major) problem taking the dash apart to get to the monitor for replacement.

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Give this location a try. Some monitors have two inputs have you tried a swap. Monitor may flip out of dash panel by backing off screws holding panel to dash board.

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