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Old 09-23-2020, 12:45 PM   #1
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2004 Adventurer Technology Update Help

I am a seasoned RV'er but this one has me stumped and I find no help with manual's..

How big is the Inverter? Does it power anything else besides the TV and DVD? I do not find where it powers anything else. I assume I can use the Inverter while driving down the road!
I only find 2 12volt receptacles 1 on the dash and 1 in the bedroom by the vanity area. I'll need to split the one on the dash so I can use one for my RVibrake screen and one for GPS.

My Copilot uses a iPad and phone how do I keep it so she has power to charge stuff...

What are some of your suggestions and or solutions???

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I have to split the dash one to power both a GPS and Dashcam, Amazon has a big selection.

I wanted one in our bedroom to run a 12 volt fan and I was able to tie in to a 12 volt light.

Do you have an Inverter switch near where you tank sensor readers and other controls are?
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I have to split the dash one to power both a GPS and Dashcam, Amazon has a big selection.

I wanted one in our bedroom to run a 12 volt fan and I was able to tie in to a 12 volt light.

Do you have an Inverter switch near where you tank sensor readers and other controls are?

Thanks just ordered a splitter from Amazon that has 3 (which I doubt I'll use 3) and it also has USB ports..


My Inverter switch is above the passenger in the cabinet where the DVD is.


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According to the Body, 110 Volt Wiring Diagram for your coach the inverter only powers the outlets for the front and bedroom TVs and the satellite receiver.
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Mine has a 12 volt receptacle on the rear edge of the front passenger right hand door arm rest.
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According to the Body, 110 Volt Wiring Diagram for your coach the inverter only powers the outlets for the front and bedroom TVs and the satellite receiver.
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Mine has a 12 volt receptacle on the rear edge of the front passenger right hand door arm rest.
Thanks so much. I'll check it out...
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