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Old 12-23-2007, 04:39 AM   #1
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I have a 600 watt inverter and I am trying to determine what it operates. So far I only find that the entertainment equipment is powered, no 110 v recepticles. Is this right?
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I have a 600 watt inverter and I am trying to determine what it operates. So far I only find that the entertainment equipment is powered, no 110 v recepticles. Is this right?
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It is my understanding that the 600 watt inverters only operate the entertainment center.
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Our inverter supplies power to the entertanment center, the 110 outlet next to the passenger seat, and I think the 110 outlet on the entertainment center.
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Ours powers the entertainment center over the dash & also the rear TV.
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