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Old 08-27-2014, 07:43 AM   #1
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12V Outlet Outside

I'm looking for a way to plug in my portable satellite dish in one of the outside compartments or maybe in the front gen compartment. It's a standard accessory plug. Not sure where 12V can be picked off on this Breeze 28.
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You should have a 12V outlet in the main bay, passenger side, up against the front bulkhead of that bay.
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In our 32 foot Breeze, there is a 12 outlet as well as a cable input in the PS front bay. Also 110V outlet there as well. Rick p
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Thanks folks, it was there all the time just couldn't see it (painted black.) I'm in business now.

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