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    Back-up camera

    Hi all,
    I have a 2020 Fuel 305 and it has back-up camera prep. I can't find any info on what I need to do to leverage that. Can someone point me in the right direction? TIA!

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    Re: Back-up camera

    Hi Phanton_9192,

    Welcome to the Heartland Owners Forum.

    I think Heartland preps for the Furrion Camera system. To check, you could call Heartland Customer Service at 877-262-8032 / 574-262-8030. Have your VIN # ready.

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    Senior Member Oregon_Camper's Avatar
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    Re: Back-up camera

    I've had 2 separate Furrion cameras on our RV. First was just a single camera on the back....the second (see video link below) has 4 camera's. I've installed 3 of them, still have to get around to getting the "over door" camera install. I'll never have an RV again without 3 (back and one on each side)

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    Re: Back-up camera

    Hi Phanton_9192,
    Our 2020 21RBSS was pre-wired for a Furrion camera (rear view). Very simple install, remove the bracket cover, being careful not to lose the tiny screws, plug the camera in, replace the 4 screws and done. The factory wiring for the camera will only provide power when the running lights are on.
    (as a side note - our unit had about 6 extra feet of cable stuffed in the housing. Be careful trying to plug in the camera, if the wire bundle comes out it can take some time to fold it so everything fits again! And no, you cannot just stuff it back in the wall as it appears to be connected to the marker light above the bracket )
    Good luck and enjoy!
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    Director of Owners Interests, Heartland RVs jbeletti's Avatar
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    Re: Back-up camera

    If your backup camera prep looks like this - it's Furrion:
    Screen Shot 2020-09-30 at 10.16.47 AM.jpg

    Here's where to look at Furrion options:

    The Vision S Doorway Security or Rear Camera will fit into that pre-wire housing, once you remove the cover and pull out the power wire. Then you'll need a Furrion monitor. They have the receiver built into them. I like the 7" touchscreen as I have 4 cameras.

    The Furrion gear is also available to purchase on Amazon.
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