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Old 07-04-2015, 08:51 PM   #1
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12 volt outlets on Freedom Express

I recently purchased a 2015 Coachman Freedom Express 192 RPS. I just realized there aren't any 12 volt outlets. I previously had a Winnebago Class C and there were at least 4 on the interior of the rig and 1 outside. Is this a new trend in travel trailers, or am I just missing something. I suppose I can use a 110 to 12 volt converter but it just seems a little odd especially if we want to do any dry camping. This is probably a dumb question to those of you more familiar with trailers. Any thoughts just let me know. Thanks, Joe

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Old 07-05-2015, 10:19 AM   #2
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The 12v, outlets seem to have fallen out of favor with most manufacturers.
I know I don't have any; in my coach; and there was only one in my last 5er , a 2005 model, on the antenna booster control.

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Antenna booster is a good place to hard wire a 12v.outlet naxt to the booster. I installed a outlet next to the radio/disk player and booster.
Thank about where there is 12v,like lights,furnace,radio and electrical box. All good places to get on 12v.
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