When I installed an inverter in my Dolphin, I run plastic conduit and six 12 ga wires, 2 hot, 2 neutral, and 2 ground from the breaker panel in the bedroom to the inverter in the compartment where the electrical load center is. I first removed the wire from the load side of the breaker that feeds both TV's. I then connected the first hot (black wire) to input side of the inverter and to the load side of the breaker that feeds both TV's. The second black wire was connected to the output from the inverter and to the wire that was taken off of the breaker for the TV's. The neutral and ground were connected at the inverter and breaker panel. The inverter I installed is hard wired for the AC input and output.
1999 35 ft. Dolphin 5350, F53, Banks System, 5 Stars Tune, Air Lift Air Bags, Koni Shocks, Blue OX TruCenter, TigerTrak track bars F&R, Roadmaster 1-3/4" rear auxiliary sway bar, 2004 F450 Lariat Pickup 6.0 Diesel Crew Cab DRW, 4X4, GVWR 15,000, Front GAWR 6,000, Rear GAWR 11,000, GCWR 26,000,1994 36ft Avion 5er, GVWR 13,700, 2,740 Pin Weight.