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Old 03-25-2015, 01:10 PM   #1
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Inspection camera w/wireless screen

Now I wonder how I can use this on the camper?
Finding leaks?
Finding wiring issues?
Holding tank issues?
Uses are endless!

3 foot led lighted camera probe.
3 foot extension probe.
Snap pictures.
Record video.
Wireless remote moniter.
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Old 03-25-2015, 01:27 PM   #2
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Nice. Is that a DeWalt? I have basically the same thing made by General. Have only used it once so far to check inside my water heater tank, but the uses seem endless.
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Old 03-25-2015, 01:32 PM   #3
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Yes it's a dewalt!
Good idea, hw tank inspection!
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Old 03-25-2015, 02:05 PM   #4
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Cool, I didn't know Dewalt had those.

I got a similar product from Harbor Freight awhile back. I have used it to find an oil leak from the tappet cover on my Dodge, looked down in the coil pack sleeves on my daughters Honda when one broke off to aid in drilling it out, found where a stray kitten had fell down in the wall at our shop (yes we got him out), found a geocache hidden up in a hollow tree, shaved my own neck hairs while using it to see the back of my head, and found stuff that fell behind the washing machine/dryer just to name a few.

They are handy to have.
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I have the Harbor Freight version. Comes in handy. Used to find whats behind blank cabinet covers in TT, inspect the water heater, look behind the TV outlet to determine where studs are so I could mount tv, used once to inspect the level sensors on the empty black tank (hey its waterproof thus can be sterilized), and used to see what was hiding under a neighbor's shed (was a skunk)
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Now I wonder how I can use this on the camper?
Finding leaks?
Finding wiring issues?
Holding tank issues?
Uses are endless!

3 foot led lighted camera probe.
3 foot extension probe.
Snap pictures.
Record video.
Wireless remote moniter.
What's the diamiter of the led lighted probe?
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Old 03-26-2015, 07:35 AM   #7
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What's the diamiter of the led lighted probe?
5.8mm
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So, with all these uses, I'm guessing that for less than than the cost of a do-it-yourself colonoscopy, you too could be in the camera business? I see fun times ahead at Goshen.
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So, with all these uses, I'm guessing that for less than than the cost of a do-it-yourself colonoscopy, you too could be in the camera business? I see fun times ahead at Goshen.
Yeah, but not as much fun...
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Right size led probe to use as a bore scope..... for smokey tv's.
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