Camera Fault Isolation on a SeeSnake Camera Reel

Read this article to learn how to determine if the camera is at fault on a RIDGID® SeeSnake® camera reel.



  1. Remove the camera from the push cable. Click here for instructions on removing the camera.


  1. Plug the camera directly into the monitor’s system cable socket.


Plugging the camera into the cable socket
  1. Press the Power key  to power on the system. Make sure there is video feedback and the LEDs flash.

If there is video feedback and the LEDs flash, the camera is working properly.

If there is no video feedback or if the LEDs do not flash, the camera is at fault.


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