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Old 07-18-2016, 02:32 PM   #1
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Do the factory equipped TV's run off 120V or 12V?
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Where is it plugged in?
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Old 07-18-2016, 02:36 PM   #3
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Do the factory equipped TV's run off 120V or 12V?
Depends. Mine is 12V. As suggested above see where it's plugged in.
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Mine is 120V.

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Measure the over all size to fit in where you placing it, then go buy the one that fits from walmart or anyother place you can get a good deal on it. As to my knowledge there is no TV that is built just for RVs unless its a special 12 volt model.
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Measure the over all size to fit in where you placing it, then go buy the one that fits from walmart or anyother place you can get a good deal on it. As to my knowledge there is no TV that is built just for RVs unless its a special 12 volt model.
I think my factory installed Jensen is RV-specific and is 120. They also make 12v models. Both supposedly designed for being on the move.
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Good question,ours doesnt run ,period.
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I plan to take my Jensen out and put in a LG, I want a 55 inch


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Either 12V or 120V, depends on the actual TV set as Rv's can come with either depending on the unit.
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Do the factory equipped TV's run off 120V or 12V?
I believe the 12v dc tvs would only be in the smaller size. Our 17' Casita had a 19" tv that plugged into 120v ac but was converted to 12v dc by the power adapter. So yes it could be powered by a typical 12v dc power cord, if the 12v socket was available.
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