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Old 03-05-2015, 06:16 AM   #1
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Mfgr for side-camera/parts?

The round plastic (I think) discs covering the camera lenses on my '06 Endeavor have fogged to the point that it's like looking underwater thru them (my feet don't get wet, so I know I'm still on land). Any idea who makes/made them or how I can re-purpose something else to use there?

Or suggestions as to what cameras/housing to go with instead?

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Old 03-05-2015, 06:28 AM   #2
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On my coach I had same problem. I cant remember the name of the mfg right now but it is the same one that makes your rear view camera. There is a place in California that can repair or replace your camera. Find the name of mfg on your rear one and then go to new to find repair shop. sorry just cant remember right now mfg name. They can be fixed. If all else fails call Beaver Sales in Bend Or and they can give you the name of repair shop.

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Thanks Butch.

I found your original post, same subject, but the old links went nowhere. So I hopped on the "Google-ator" and took a long ride. After quite a few detours, I finally ended up at RVCAMS. Either a different company or they moved to Louisiana. Also found PROVIX (in the UK), who had a lot of Weldex products. May be more, but I quit.

Anyways, $16 each at RVCams, and $10 each at Provix. May be time to research a new camera system, never did get decent operation with the Weldex.

BTW, it never fails to amaze me how a simple google search for an innocent something can end up including links to 'girls-gone-wild' type sites.
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Old 03-05-2015, 07:09 AM   #4
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Try these guys. They were very helpful when I needed to find a replacement camera for my older gasser.

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Thanks, Jerry. I found them just as you were posting. Lotsa good stuff!
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