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Old 03-20-2015, 12:00 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Yarome View Post
Double checking that your plugs power pin is wired and hot, keep your TV running, and it should be fine. I'm sure you're jack also has a manual socket as well.
Keeping the trailer hitch higher than the TV ball, and relying on the TV power, should work.

Using the manual socket defeats the purpose of having paid for the power jack in the first place. I'm glad it's there in case of failure but I don't plan to use it.


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