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Old 10-19-2011, 07:47 PM   #1
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Back up monitor not working

I've got a KG TK 6012A rear vision monitor that isn't working. The monitor comes on and lights up, but there is no image from the camera. Anyone have a manual for this or have any ideas on what might be wrong? I've looked at the wiring around the monitor and all looks ok. Haven't pulled the cover off the camera yet. All suggestions welcome.

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Old 11-08-2011, 01:55 PM   #2
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I've got a KG TK 6012A rear vision monitor that isn't working. The monitor comes on and lights up, but there is no image from the camera. Anyone have a manual for this or have any ideas on what might be wrong? I've looked at the wiring around the monitor and all looks ok. Haven't pulled the cover off the camera yet. All suggestions welcome.

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if you didn,t get this working i need a monitor that works. thenail.1@juno.com thank you
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Old 11-09-2011, 09:10 PM   #3
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I've got a KG TK 6012A rear vision monitor that isn't working. The monitor comes on and lights up, but there is no image from the camera. Anyone have a manual for this or have any ideas on what might be wrong? I've looked at the wiring around the monitor and all looks ok. Haven't pulled the cover off the camera yet. All suggestions welcome.

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I have the same issue with by KG unit. I have removed the monitor and determined the part number to be: TBM130032. I am taking mine to an area repair facility to determine repairability or direct replacement. I have found that the commercial trash/waste companies utilize like units on all there hauling vehicles. Perhaps contact with one such company in your area would come up with a repair/replacement source.

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Old 11-09-2011, 09:20 PM   #4
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Let me know how you make out. I don't think it's worth paying to have it fixed since Costco has an LCD setup for about $200. I'd like to get mine working, just too cheap to pay for a new one.

It's a pain since the monitor seems to be working, just not getting a signal from the camera. Wish I had a manual so I could troubleshoot it.
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Old 11-10-2011, 11:12 PM   #5
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No luck yet, but I have some info which maybe helpful to you. I have found the monitor part number to be: TMB130032. The wiring between camera and monitor is a 12 wire connector w/pin 5 being the camera signal and pin 6 being the signal wire [pin 5 lead] woven metal insolation {very similar to the woven wire insolator in tv coax cable}. On mine, the monitor power connector is a six pin connector w/only four pins populated: - one (brn, I think) for the auto switching feature (monitor/cam on when in reverse), one (blk) for ground, and two (red) for power (each fused at 3A) one red for monitor power and one for heater power. It would appear that the camera is powered through the monitor through pin 12 in the monitor-to-camera cable connector. Hope this helps some. Should I find a reasonable source (price and fit) I'll let you know.

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Some monitors have a control switch that changes the input from the rear camera to another camera that may not be mounted on your vehicle. If the control switch is pointed to the non-working input, you will get no signal.
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