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Old 07-12-2016, 09:22 AM   #1
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Adding 12v outlet to 192RBS

We love our 2015 192RBS. But it lacks any 12 volt connections. Has anyone added a wall-plate type 12v outlet? If so, where? I plan to put one near the light over the sink, but now I'm not sure if the wiring space has enough room for the plug.

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Old 07-12-2016, 09:44 AM   #2
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Some RV's have a 12 volt outlet incorporated into or near the antenna booster. The one on my Flagstaff is inside a cabinet by the television and you really have to look for it to find it. It's brown and matches the cabinet color. I had to use a flashlight to see it, and it was near the top.

Here is a thread where I added a 12 volt outlet in my RV, that may give you ideas for yours.

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Old 07-20-2016, 11:12 AM   #3
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My 12v for the TV was impossible to find! Then, there is a little push button switch to activate it. It is mounted to the bottom of a shelf. I picked up an inverter to power our std 120v TV. I will add another 12v outlet near the kitchen counter to accommodate the inverter for the coffee maker.
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Ours is in the bedroom on the left hand side of the bed beside the window.

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Old 07-21-2016, 07:08 AM   #5
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Thanks, wmtire, Murphy, and Mart. My Freedom Express 192RBS came with no 12 volt outlets at all. I did manage to tap into the wiring behind the radio/CD/DVD player for a quick connect. But the wires are tiny, and I don't want to use that long term. I mostly want a good connection for my Fan-tastic 12 volt fan. I was able to find good wiring by pulling out the light over the sink. But before I cut a hole next to that light for the 12 v outlet, I would like to be sure the hollow space where the wires are will accommodate the plug. Measurements are close. Has anyone else done this?
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