Originally Posted by rhughsless
Sorry I haven't responded sooner.
Thank you for the advice. I did check the cable and I had a picture for 2 seconds. I turned the camera off and back on again and had a picture for 2 or 3 seconds again.
What do you think I need to do now.
Hmmm. Intermittent problems are always the hardest to fix, in my experience. Watch to make sure the camera has constant power and that it isn't the problem. You could jiggle the camera a little to see what happens - of course that assumes you can do that and watch the screen at the same time. I suspect you have a faulty system though. If it's been working and has just started this then I'd say one of the components (and I lay odds on the camera) has gone faulty.
If you can take either the camera or the monitor off its mount and feed it with 12V still and move it so the two are closer it would be interesting to see if the system works then. But you may have to just contact the manufacturer and explain what's happened and see what they say. I did as I got tired of mucking around with mine and as it was under warranty they are replacing the camera.
Sorry I'm not there to fiddle with it myself. Trying to fault find by remote control is very difficult.
Good luck and good night.