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Re: TELEVISION WITHOUT 12 volt CAPABILITY by HERMAN
Post New Message Most RVs have two separate electric systems #1.with an independent battery to statr the engine and system #2 with "service" battery or batteries to provide
power to lights and other parts of the RV while camping.
Use an iverter to run your TV, make sure that the inverter is plugged to the system#2 (service) so if you run down your battery you can stat the RV with the
Sustem #1 battery and with the engine running it will charge the service battery.
Most system#2 service batteries are more then one, I have 3 in my Itasca, I installed the third one myself.The batteries should be Marine grade deep discharge so they can be run down to zero volts and no be damaged. A 13 inch TV operating from an inverter can be run over 10 hours from a laege service battery.
I hope this helps.
German Saucedo, Consultant
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Post New MessageTELEVISION WITHOUT 12 volt CAPABILITY Wanderer 1-20-03  
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  Reply to MessageRe: TELEVISION WITHOUT 12 volt CAPABILITY Darl Souders 7-18-07  
  Reply to MessageRe: TELEVISION WITHOUT 12 volt CAPABILITY Joe Diamold 7-1-08  
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  Reply to MessageRe: TELEVISION WITHOUT 12 volt CAPABILITY Rodger Z 11-28-10  
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