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Old 07-05-2015, 05:48 PM   #1
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12v system?

Can the 12v system operate without house batteries?
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You had a answer to your question here: 12v system?
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It really depends on what kind of converter you have in the unit. Most will operate fine, but there are some that require a battery to be there.
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Depends on your RV to some extent..Most modern RV.s yes, quite well..Some older ones have Magntek converters.. They need either a battery or a "Battery Simulator" (What today is known as a hardening condenser from a high end automotive audio store) to work.
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