Originally Posted by Danimal713
The inverter on our 2010 FR Lexington 300SS GTS is under the passenger seat (to be moved when I convert to swivel pedestals). It powers the outlet up in the entertainment section and had TV plugged into it. The inverter had no DC power coming in so that TV has never been turned on. We rarely watch TV or listen to music when camping. I plan to pull the entire front section out to insulate the front bubble well and clean up the last vestiges of mice inhabitation in PO RV garage- fortunately they didn't chew up anything just made nests and pooped/peed all over in bubble. I will rework the cabinetry to add a bookshelf/storage area on right like the left side has and relocate the stereo behind the TV. The TV will be mounted on a long extension bracket to give a better viewing angle when sitting in the 2 nice RecPro recliners (replaced couch). I'll probably wire that outlet to house AC and if we want to watch TV I have a small 1000W inverter I can use and not mount to take up space. We probably will watch some TV when we go on long trips once she retires (August 2023 is target). To access the wiring, pull the screws holding the trim piece by passenger seat.
Thanks for the reply.
I finally did figure it out after tracing where the white cord went to.
It was disconnected at the outlet by the TV and replaced with AC power.
I reconnected it, replaced the 450w inverter with a 1000w and run an extension cord to the refrigerator to run on AC power when we are travelling instead of keeping propane on, as well as being able to watch TV on the few occasions we are parked overnight and donít want to run the generator.
Running the extension cord hidden was a little work but worth the effort.
I replaced the outer refrigerator cover fasteners with ones that allow for quick removal of the cover and simply unplug the refrigerator from stock AC outlet to the extension cord for traveling.
I like your idea on the work you are going to do.
A lot of wasted space up front in the bubble and a huge source of heat and cooling loss for sure.