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Old 08-30-2009
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Default Is there a switch on the rear camera

I just got my 1985 FC35 home and I have figured everything out except the rear camera sysytem. Does it come on automatically with the back up lights? Is it powered by 120 volt? Any help would be great. I can't find any thing about it in the "blue box"

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Turn your TV switch on, while the ignition is on that should do it.
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Derek; Look at the left overhead dash panel (up by your left ear) and you may see the on/off switch for the BU camera. I'm sure it's not operated by shifting into reverse. Spend a few minutes or an hour or so studying each switch position and it's function and pretty soon you will have the switches memorized. Become especially familiar with the defroster and heater switches and the lights and hazard flashers. Oh and do not overlook the defogger switch for the camera if you have one. Once I was hearing a sound back in the bedroom...turned out to be the camera defogger fan.

Lots of gadgets to learn and some of the things you will seldom use.
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I tryed turning the tv with the key switch on, nothing. I will see if I am getting power to the camera. Thanks!
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My on/off switch is the further most forward round button left over my head. You pull it out to turn the rear camera on. Good looking bus.
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Thanks Rick! That is the switch that I had on, but just a blank screen I will start looking at the camera, Thanks!
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