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  • Tina and Eugene King
    Tina and Eugene KingWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    November 6, 2019Yesterday I installed a back up camera to our Camper to make it easy for us to back into Camping spots and to see if I am past a vehicle far enough to get over safely. Rather than wiring the camera to My back up light. I wired it to my clearance lights. T...  more
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    • Tina and Eugene King
      BobbieK November 6, 2019 Great idea! I want to do this on our RV. Thank you for sharing :)
    • Tina and Eugene King
      John & Diana November 6, 2019 Great tip! I have a similar camera and had it connected to the backup lights.
      Switched to clearance lights and couldn't be more pleased.
      Thanks!
    • Tina and Eugene King
      Paul & Dena November 6, 2019 I did that on my 5th wheel.
    • Tina and Eugene King
      Malkey November 6, 2019 Yes, I'd be interested in knowing how to install such a camera. Are you planning to do an instructional video for us? It'd be a big hit.
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        Lori & KT November 6, 2019 Great idea!  :)
    • Tina and Eugene King
      Lori & KT November 6, 2019 Brilliant!  :D (Y)
    • Tina and Eugene King
      Brian&Nadine November 6, 2019 Our first RV had the rear view camera hooked directly to a hot wire. Our second RV is switched through the lights so the lights have to be on for it to work. I suspect your hookup requires you to have the lights on for it to work. Not a bad way to hookup ...  more
    • Tina and Eugene King
      Trailerites (Kathy and Eric) November 6, 2019 I installed our camera under the cabinet in the back window of our travel trailer so I could use the interior light circuit. I leave the circuit on, but all the lights are switched off. The up side is I can use the camera while driving, I didn't need to...  more
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      Andy & Maureen T November 7, 2019 Smart move
    • Tina and Eugene King
      Jeff and Sandra Doan November 7, 2019 I had a Voyager B/W back up monitor when I bought my RV. The camera angle was great as long as I didn't have my Toad behind me! I installed a second camera, lower on the back of my RV and aimed at my Toad. I ten adjusted the angle of the old camera to see...  more
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