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Old 12-07-2010, 01:12 PM   #1
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Rewire Patio Outlet to Inverter?

Has anyone rewired their patio outlet so it is powered by the inverter when unhooked from shore power and the generator not running? I am needing to do this for an upcoming trip. Don't know if it would be easier to change wires on the breakers or run another wire to the inverter. This is on a '99 Discovery 36T.

I have the wiring diagram's from Fleetwood but can't decide which would be better.

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There are probably other loads on the breaker to the outlet.
If there are other inverter loads close by it would be easiest to lift and tape over the current wiring to the outlet and add new wiring from an inverter load.
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