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Came home to find HDD full and camera recording stopped with monitor saying No Signal. Checked and HDD is formatted though overwrite doesn't seem to be working yet the box for it is ticked. All cameras...


Adjust your settings to continue recording when the hard drive gets full. If 'Overwrite when full' is enabled, the system should start overwriting the oldest data when new data is recorded. Note that these are two different settings: 1) Continue recording (or do not stop recording) when disk is full and 2) Overwrite when full is enabled.

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I want to connect a 6 pin s video to a bnc monitor and cant find a connector


SORRY YOU CANT DIRECTLY CONNECT A S-VID CONNECTOR TO A COMPOSITE BNC VIDEO INPUT , THEY DO MAKE CONVERTERS FOR THIS (GOOGLE IT) BUT IT'S BEEN MY EXPERIENCE THAT COST OF NEW/CORRECT MONITOR IS LOWER/SMALLER THAN THESE DEVICES

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Monitor displays for about 2 seconds then screen goes blank. switching monitor of and back does same 2 seconds the blank screen. tried on 2 different computers , problem still persists any clues thanks


The problem can be caused by bad caps (bulging or leaking) in the power supply, bad inverter back light circuits, or worst case will be lamps. Look for bad caps first since it is easy to see, post back what you see inside so we can guide you further, see example of failed monitors due to bad caps: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
Most monitors will fail after 2 years.

Feb 22, 2010 | Belinea (101705) (Gray) 17" LCD Monitor

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Will not show picture and camera is working. Is


Not too much info here. Based on your statement, I'm guessing you are trying to connect a digital camera to your monitor to display pictures on it.

1) Does the monitor work fine as a monitor on its own?

2) Make sure you're on the right display/input setting on your monitor.

3) How do you know the camera's TV-out function is working? Have you tried it on other TVs?

Its possible that the camera is not in display mode. Its also possible that the camera's TV-out is not working. Its also possible that something about the output from the camera is not compatible with your monitor. I would try the following:

1) Test the camera on another TV to make sure the TV-out is working.

2) If its working, go to the appropriate input/source setting on your monitor, before connecting the camera. Then connect the camera, when the camera is off. If nothing displays then turn the camera on, and see what happens.

If that doesn't work, it may be possible that your camera displays in a different set of settings (resolution, etc) than your monitor is able to display. Also I would check the manual for your camera to make sure there isn't some way to adjust the settings.

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I just accidentally deleted the camera from the handheld and cannot get it back... now it says no camera is available. This is actually for the Best View monitor (Summer)....so far a piece-o-****.


I know this is an old post but I was having the same problem w/ my monitor. It's an older version but I believe the only difference is it doesn't have the soother. I have the best view day/night handheld. Anyway, I couldn't find help so I did this. From the main menu on the monitor, go 2 add/delete camera & select it by pressing in the middle button that moves the camera around. There is a button on the camera itself. I faced the camera & monitor 2ward eachother & pressed the button on it, along w/ the center (toggle/select) button in the front of the handheld monitor. Careful though, cuz it'll add it more than once & u will have 2 go back & delete.

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Try and take down the firewall. Then try remote access.
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