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Post by taffykriss Thu Apr 15, 2021 6:17 pm

Hi Folks,
We have 2013 Neuvo 
After having intermitant issues with our reversing camera previously,
The monitor that is in front of rear view mirror, the screen is now  blue and a No Signal notice is
Displayed.. no idea if it's the camera or monitor thats at fault!  confused3   any ideas please?
Or is it time to replace it, and any recommendations will be gratefully received
Many Thanks
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Post by RogerThat Thu Apr 15, 2021 8:45 pm

The monitor sounds ok.

My first check would be that power is getting to the camera.

Is it wired to your reversing lights?  If so, do they actually work? (sometimes its the simplest things!)
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Post by gary humphries Thu Apr 15, 2021 10:34 pm

Hi, do you have a remote for it ?if so has it  been touched ,as I fiddled with ours and then it went like yours till I managed to scroll through on the remote and it has worked ever since so I leave the remote well alone now!! Regards, Gary
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Post by inspiredron Fri Apr 16, 2021 12:42 am

The camera is wired to V2 (video input no2) which is the input controlled by the reversing switch trigger. If your monitor has inadvertently been switched to V2 then there will be no signal.,

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Post by taffykriss Fri Apr 16, 2021 7:06 am

Thanks for the advice, no remote, it's wired, will check reversing lights later
And will have a look at monster also!
Can always depend on the good folk in this forum
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Post by bolero boy Fri Apr 16, 2021 7:59 am

inspiredron wrote:The camera is wired to V2 (video input no2) which is the input controlled by the reversing switch trigger. If your monitor has inadvertently been switched to V2 then there will be no signal.,
yes, i remember the same happening with our Swift and the mirror mounted monitor...i seem to recall it can happen by accidently touching the mirror (rather than the remote?) where I think there were also controls (AV output, brightness etc??) ... 
if you know/think its doing what Ron describes (no output is a symptom of the wrong AV setting) there are controls on the mirror to move the video stream back to V2.
a quick google of 'mirror mounted reverse camera' will bring up some instructional videos.

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Post by taffykriss Fri Apr 16, 2021 8:46 am

Many Thanks  smile!
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Post by inspiredron Fri Apr 16, 2021 11:47 pm

inspiredron wrote:The camera is wired to V2 (video input no2) which is the input controlled by the reversing switch trigger. If your monitor has inadvertently been switched to V2 then there will be no signal.,
Second reference to V2 should of course be V1 - sorry - but at least Chris was not confused! up!

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