Originally Posted by f1100turbo
Without sounding harsh and I'm not trying to be but I don't buy it.
Dealer first of all should have explained all of this.
Even though the owners manual isn't great it still explains shore power is needed for 110v items.
Common sense goes along way.
Lighten up. Common sense comes with experience. There most likely was
a time when you didn't know how the systems of an RV worked either.
Maybe you can't remember back that far
Folks come here all the time for information. That's what we give as much
Way back in the day my folks had various little trailers. Some had gas
lights on the walls. Some had both 12v and 120v bulbs in the same
light fixture. There were dual switches and you turned on whichever bulb
you needed at the time.
Times have changed now and most trailers lighting is 12v but now I'm
wondering about the newest biggest ones?? Do some of the big guys
have 120v lighting today?
There are no "dumb" questions here. Just newbies and oldies all mixing
and talking about RVing