My sig trailer came with a 32" LCD TV, powered by AC. I finally decided to buy this 150W inverter
and wire it up behind the TV so we can use it without having to run the generator when boondocking. For some weird reason, when I power the TV off the inverter, it creates horizontal lines on the screen, but only when playing from an actual video source. What I mean is, the startup screen that shows the manufacturer logo looks perfect. I've used a kill-a-watt meter to see what this TV draws, and it's 26-27 watts. After about 2 minutes of being on, the inverter craps out, and the TV shuts off.
Of course I cut the cable on the inverter so I could hard wire it, so I'm not sure I could return it. I really like this inverter though, because it's got 2 outlets and two 2.4A USB ports. What I'm wondering is, if I'm to buy a new inverter, would a pure sine wave inverter fix this, or does it sound like maybe my inverter is just bad? Or maybe it's both. Certainly charges the electronics just fine.