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My new Pyle backup unit says stop all the time it's in reverse So I cleaned the eye Then tried too adjust it no luck What's the problem

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SOURCE: My Pyle backup camera says stop all the time I adjusted the eye no luck I cleaned the eye no luck Then I shut off all the power no luck Can you help

if you are talking reversing camera then you are paying attention to the wrong item
the camera just shows you what is there
it is the proximity sensors that tell you to stop or beep when approaching an object
have their operation checked

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My Pyle backup camera says stop all the time I adjusted the eye no luck I cleaned the eye no luck Then I shut off all the power no luck Can you help


if you are talking reversing camera then you are paying attention to the wrong item
the camera just shows you what is there
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The switch is call backup light switch.

Inspect / clean the entire unit end to end.

Spray WD-40 or similar fluid on the plastic male and female socket ends to rule out bad contact points.

You may use a meter to check the socket for conductive resistance (when pressed)

I attached two pictures to help you identify the plastic socket that you need to disconnect and clean.
UK/International switch may look sightly different from USA version.

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Transmission/gear fluid will leak out during removal.
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  2. eye alignment is failed, adjust the eye by adjust the screw on the eye
  3. cable may loose contact, re fix cable, check cable replace cable if necessary
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