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The lights work intermittently and sometimes don't work at all on my Whistler 9mm inspection camera. How to fix?

The led lights on my inspection camera were working for part of a day and then quit working. A few hours later they were working again. Then they quit working all together. The batteries were good but I changed them anyway. The camera works fine. It is brand new. I got it for Christmas as a gift but can't get a receipt to exchange it. Is there a possible fix. I checked for continuity and voltage, but I don't have a wiring diagram so I can troubleshoot correctly. Customer Service was no help at all. Thanks.

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  • Robert Huddleston Jan 02, 2013

    The model no. of this whistler 9mm inspection camera is IC-3709PX. It has a wireless monitor. The led lights for the camera are at the end of a 3 ft. flexible metal cable.that screws to the camera handle. The camera lens is also at the end of the 3 ft. cable.

  • Robert Huddleston Jan 02, 2013

    I see no way to open the cable end where the led lights and camera lens are positioned. Where the cable screws to the camera handle there are 4 prongs and a tab.

  • Robert Huddleston Jan 03, 2013

    This camera has nothing to do with air conditiioners.

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I guess you will need to open the case up from the panel where the lights are visible. If you can, look for loose connections to the leds or the wires from the leds to the rest of the panel...good luck!

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  • Robert Huddleston Jan 03, 2013

    The camera lens is at the end of a 3 ft. metal gooseneck cable. There is no accesss to the end of the cable. I added more info under my original posting.

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    Leigh Perlmutter Jan 03, 2013

    It appears that you will probably have to replace the gooseneck extention either under warantee or just purchase it. Please go the the following website for the information you need:

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    Leigh Perlmutter Jan 03, 2013

    Sorry...here it is:To speak with a Customer Service Representative Call: 1-800-531-0004 or 479-273-6012 or via Live Chat.

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