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I have a Samsung Remote Monitoring Video Surveillance System SMO-210DN. One of the cameras video image is quite grainy and when the screen saver is on it keeps turning itself on to this camera. I have checked all connections and they seem to be fine. This is a sporatic problem that is quite bad at some times, showing L for loss on the screen and other times the picture is only slightly grainy and screen saver works fine.

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  • eurobuns Apr 28, 2008

    All connections are fine and camera and cable are only 1 year old. Problem occasionally still comes up.

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Check camera cable and connector

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  • Van Lake Apr 28, 2008

    Try switching video cables at monitor, if the problem changes with the switch, the camera or its cable is problem. If no change is noted, problem is with monitor port (connector)

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I have tried to post solutions, but they seem to be too long, so I will have to post more than once to get the info to you.

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