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Dual Motorcycle Camera (DV188)

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ruSTynutz:
Bugger!  :fp

Shiney:
Thanks for the update BodÝ.

As a final test I suggest:
* Remove the DV-988 console from the scooter.
* Unplug the DV-188 console on the kwaka and plug the DV-988 console in (if the connections on the cables are the same).

This should let you know for sure if the issue is with the DV-988 console or not.

* If it all works the final test is to plug the DV-188 console into the cables on the scooter.

If the the main camera is busted it should show up blank on the DV-188 however if the issue is with the powerbank it won't do anything.


NOTE: If the cables won't connect from one console to the other, try running an extension cord from the wall out to the scooter to power the DV-988 on the scooter and see it you still get the same issue just to rule out the powerbank being the cause.


Cheers
Shiney

:
I thought of that before when the DV-988 wasn't storing the date and I had a spare DV-188 console lying around but the cables aren't compatible/\.  The fault is in the camera or its cable itself.  Fortunately I only use that bike for local shopping so should get by with gopros that don't do much else these days.

BodÝ:
The issue wasn't the powerbank.  The console won't boot up if the front camera is connected.

Jdbiker:
Itís possible the camera cable could have come undone.

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