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Old 09-28-2020, 04:42 PM   #1
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Replacement/upgrade for back up camera?

Hi, folks. Our 2006 Daybreak needs a new backup camera system. Any suggestions on what to replace it with. Maybe something out there that can use existing wiring and/brackets.
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Hi, folks. Our 2006 Daybreak needs a new backup camera system. Any suggestions on what to replace it with. Maybe something out there that can use existing wiring and/brackets.
TIA
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Let me know what you do, I've been thinking about replacing mine as well, but not sure what to get. I have the original, and would like one that fits in the existing hole in the dash.
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I ordered a package from rvcams.com that is supposedly a plug and play replacement for the ADTH unit in my Daybreak. The monitor is a 7” and I have a 5” version, but they didn’t offer a direct replacement for the smaller one, so I plan to fabricate a mounting for the new screen. Looking forward to the color.
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I ordered a package from rvcams.com that is supposedly a plug and play replacement for the ADTH unit in my Daybreak. The monitor is a 7” and I have a 5” version, but they didn’t offer a direct replacement for the smaller one, so I plan to fabricate a mounting for the new screen. Looking forward to the color.
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Installed the replacement cam and monitor from RV cams.com for the ADTH 7” model and it was a simple plug and play operation. I replaced a 5” ADTH UNIT, and simply velcroed the new flat monitor over the old smaller hole in the instrument panel. The camera is a little smaller also, so removed the old bracket and camera and mounted the new bracket and camera in the same spot using the same old self-tapping screws. Nice to have color!
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