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Old 02-24-2009, 10:44 AM   #1
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Side view camera problems

I have ASA Electronics Voyager side cameras on my rig that were factory installed. I noticed after a trip that the passenger side camera image was distorted. After close inspection, I saw that there was condensation behind the lens cover. I contacted ASA and they sent me a replacement. This lasted a while and the same problem occurred. Replaced the camera again, and on a trip last week, the same problem, now with both the passenger side and drivers side camera (I was driving in a very light mist for a few hours on one day). I have the rig less than a year and it has been covered for the winter for the last 4 months so it has less than 6 months usage. I was wondering if anyone else had similar problems and if so, what the resolution was.
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