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Old 05-31-2007, 07:09 PM   #1
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I was bummed to discover that our Bedroom TV does not run off the inverter. Spent the weekend camping for the first time without pwr hookups. Our 05 Diplomat bedroom TV ran off the inverter. Currently doing some rewiring so the TV runs off the inverter.

Does your bedroom TV run off the inverter??

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I was bummed to discover that our Bedroom TV does not run off the inverter. Spent the weekend camping for the first time without pwr hookups. Our 05 Diplomat bedroom TV ran off the inverter. Currently doing some rewiring so the TV runs off the inverter.

Does your bedroom TV run off the inverter??

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Old 05-31-2007, 09:37 PM   #3
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Ours is at DeMartini getting its first warranty work. Since the front does, I just assumed (yeah, I know) that it did. Will check when it gets home.
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Yup. Surprised to hear yours doesn't . But then, I've heard of coaches that have had the frig coming off the inverter too. Not that's it's bad, just a big load when drycamping.

Shouldn't be too big of a job to switch the wiring around. Just be sure you don't switch anything else on that line over too. For instance, my washer/dryer is right next to the tv, and I could see how factory might inadvertently run a single cable to both instead of dedicated lines (well, it could happen).

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