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Old 09-25-2020, 11:14 AM   #1
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Silverleaf VMS 330

My silverleaf is not working, my back camera works when it wants to. All connections tight and camera shows a blue screen. Been told it's a bad ground but nobody can tell me what to look for in a ground wire. What color is it and where. Can't seem to figure it out and finding it impossible to find a wiring diagram. Thanks for any help any of you might have. 👍👍
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What rig do you have? Searched...06 Camelot.

I installed the vms330 in my 08 Navigator using the Kenwood monitor, not a Aladdin. Grounds on RCA cables is the large outer portion of the cable end...can be bent in some but unusual to not make a connection...ground.

I have a video switching unit (center portion of the dash) for my side cameras...vms taps into it using RCA cables. Display messed up and unplugging the 12V power to it fixed the only problem I’ve had with the system.
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Thanks, I've checked all the cables, maybe I've missed one. Maybe l will try the engineer a ground off the cable. 👍👍
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