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Old 05-30-2016, 03:14 PM   #1
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Voyager rear view camera image upside down

Just got back from the maiden voyage of my 2016 flying cloud. Rear view camera worked fine but yesterday on the way home the image was upside down. Any ideas as to the cause or fix for this?
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Old 05-30-2016, 03:47 PM   #2
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There is a way to change it in the start up sequence when you power it up. Unfortunately I seem to have gone braindead at the moment and can't remember how and not near the manual. I know it is an option by using one of the buttons on the monitor.

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Old 05-30-2016, 04:47 PM   #3
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Ours was upside down when we took delivery so the dealer sent us a new screen, which "corrected" the issue. It never occurred to us or the dealer that it could've just been set up wrong.

I've also accidentally mirrored the image one time (so that images on your left side actually looked like they are on your right in the camera). The way to fix that is, when the camera is on, to hold the Power button for five seconds. Perhaps that's the same fix for this as well.

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Old 05-30-2016, 05:19 PM   #4
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Just turn screen upside down?
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When I first hooked up my back up cam the image was reversed. left was right and right was left. The instructions were useless. A picture of the unit with an arrow pointing to a button that read "button", or an arrow pointing to the screen labeled "screen". The 24hr service department was off for two weeks. So I just started pushing buttons and fiddling with it until I got it right. Good luck. KC
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There is a way to change it in the start up sequence when you power it up. Unfortunately I seem to have gone braindead at the moment and can't remember how and not near the manual. I know it is an option by using one of the buttons on the monitor.
Hold the power button down for five seconds. This should reset the system. You may wind up with a non-mirrored image, but there is a menu option for mirroring the image.
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My screen has a menu option on it which allows me to rotate the image. Yours may not have that but it's worth looking into
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Yep the instruction ARE useless. Got it to work fine yesterday. Just hold the power button until the image goes back to right side up.
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Just hold the power button on when released it will put position upside down release it push on again and left side view is now on right side of monitor push again every to normal. Got a used 2017 Classic model from rv dealer with no monitor. Finally they found it and sent so when got it plugged in found camera is wired to trailer lights so now run with parking lights on. Was glad to get it so made trip (200 miles) and soon found picture was reversed on monitor. Try to get your brain to move fast enough to make that change. So now have it back to normal so enjoy it. Am looking at adding a side camera. Has anyone added one to the Voyager camera that is on the AS ??
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