My camera is working -- nothing short of a miracle.
Lesson Learned: weldex.com customer service is very and good and quite helpful. They quickly cross-referenced my monitor model to a replacement cable part number which can be ordered directly from Weldex.
However, the support tech suggested that before ordering a new cablle I should removed the camera and plug it directly into the back of the monitor. The camera has a 18 inch pigtail which is just enough to test the unit without the entire 60 ft. cable.
Well the camer worked fine meaning the cable in fact ws bad. But.... my MH came from the factory with a video cable routed along the frame back to the camera. The original cable which ran through the house was not used so I just figured at some point the factory deemed it bad and ran an althernate cable.
So as a last ditch effort I plugged the camera into the "unused cable and the dang thing worked. And I have no idea why National RV ran the second cable unless one was bad.
I know this is a little confussing but this should provide some pointers on trouble-shooting a camera and using the short pig-tail to plug directly into the monitor.
And BTW, if you're wondering about the dog he is fine and the wife and daughter love him more than me so he really gets away with murder.