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Old 02-16-2019, 03:45 AM   #15
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If I'm right you could just put a piece of tape over the LED.
I purchased the RV mirror mount for the V1 from Blendmount and will be mounting it up under the RV mirror come spring.

If it's the LED, hopefully by mounting the V1 under the RV mirror will correct it and I won't have to tape over it.

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Old 06-11-2019, 05:15 AM   #16
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I would recommend removing your V1 make 2 recordings (day & night) and see if the blob persists. I would bet that it's a small led on the V1 reflecting on the windshield just under the PDR camera.
Thanks brother.

I removed the Valentine1 from the windshield and went with a mirror mount from Blendmount for the RD.

No more red\orange blob shown in the recordings.

I had sent a video to my Chevy Dealer. They didn't have any idea what it could be and were ready to pull out the PDR unit and replace.

Like you said, it was reflection. It was a reflection of the Red Power on light coming from the Valentine1


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