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Most battery apps are garbage. To prolong life turn screen brightness down, close open unused apps and charge with a quality charger if not the oem unit. There really isn't a way to test the battery without removing it.
You can connect up to 4 cameras and each camera must be paired with the monitor. Sounds like you need to repair the camera so that the monitor will recognize it. Look at the boston of the camera there should be a button to press.try this
The unit it is dying and might be shorting out.The Unit is under a year old?Yes,take it back where u bought it and exchange it for a new replacement.Not tries take out the unit batteries and unplug the unit about an hour for letting the unit rest and do a resetting itself back to the factory setting.Than put back the batteries back into the unit and plug the unit back in again.These steps will help and might get the unit up and running properly again.
The problem is most likely the backlight or the power supply that feeds the backlight. The bulb will be the most common problem and will likely require replacement. For the cost of replacing the bulb, you would be better of replacing the monitor.
Just keep doing your power reset technique and use it till it dies.
Could be, replace or have it tested. My old bike a 1998 VT1100CT had a problem with the starter being weak, like the battery was dying. Turned out to be the battery ground wire bolt, going to the back of the starter. It just had a little rust on it, and the bolt broke when I went to remove it. But once replaced the bike starts great, we replaced the battery, took apart the starter tested everything. All for a slightly rusted bolt not making a good ground... Check your Regulator, and any corrosion around the connections!
Most likely the charging circuitry has failed. When you fully charge the new battery what does the battery meter read on the camera? Your two options no matter what the case are repair vs. replacement. If you need further assistance let me know. Thanks, Lee