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Old 04-01-2014, 12:41 PM   #1
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How to fix inoperative side view camera

I have an exciting new way to fix an inoperative Thor Palazzo Side view camera. See my video!

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hahaha... maybe Thor can supply us broomsticks as a warranty fix.

btw, did you get in touch with Thor on how to get in there?
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hahaha... maybe Thor can supply us broomsticks as a warranty fix.

btw, did you get in touch with Thor on how to get in there?
Yes, and they sent me a diagram from Velvac. Here, let's do this. Don't tell anyone...

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hahaha... maybe Thor can supply us broomsticks as a warranty fix.

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It sounds like I am banging the heck out of the mirror. If you ever see a black Palazzo sitting in the campground with a busted mirror and dents, it's me!
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thanks for the pdf... I guess the whole mirror assembly just lifts up by loosening the set screw by the stem. Mine screws up once in awhile...
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thanks for the pdf... I guess the whole mirror assembly just lifts up by loosening the set screw by the stem. Mine screws up once in awhile...
Yes and I did pull mine off to take a look and there is not enough slack in the wires to pull it barely up enough to check it out.
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You should patten that stick as a "Side Camera Adjustment Tool"!! When the video first started I thought I was going to see your foot come up and kick the screen, but hey, the stick works too!!
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Palazzoblues Are there any special way's to hold that boom stick to get it to work as well as you did? With all you have gone though I was a little worried you had a sledge hammer. I guess any port in a storm, it worked, good job.

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