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Old 11-28-2013, 06:19 AM   #15
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What does it do?
It powers a TV and a small refrigerator.

Why does it matter what it does?
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It powers a TV and a small refrigerator.

Why does it matter what it does?
Merely satisfies my curiosity.

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He is actually a she and I found it today next to the tv up front, it is a 130 watt. So does that mean they used it for the tv? Also I do still have the seaview, but will try to get my signature updated soon to the holiday rambler.
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Old 11-30-2013, 05:34 AM   #18
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He is actually a she and I found it today next to the tv up front, it is a 130 watt. So does that mean they used it for the tv? Also I do still have the seaview, but will try to get my signature updated soon to the holiday rambler.
Hi kerrbe,

Glad you found the inverter. Yes, it is only for the television. If you have a campground power connection you do not need the inverter and can operate the tv from 110 VAC. Televisions that operate from 12 VDC are expense and usually lack in features. Motorhome manufactures often will install a standard tv and add the inverter so the television can be operated while dry camping. Larger diesel motorhomes have much larger inverters located near a large battery bank. That allows those motorhomes to operate multiple devices from the inverter.

Congrats on the new to you coach.

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