Most inverters have an internal cut off voltage which is around 10VDC, if your TT's initial drain is large it will trip your inverter off. Not sure as to how long befor it resets. Check your battery voltage when you turn the inverter on.
I do not recommed gerry-rigging your AC as to many things can go wrong. The first problem is that you are bypassing your AC breakers, as you are putting the 110VAC source on the LOAD end of the TT's circuit and not the SUPPLY end. More things can go wrong.
If you want to SAFELY utilize ALL your TT's 110VAC outlets there are really only a few safe ways of doing it:
1. Wire the output of your INVERTER to the shore power receptical and plug it in there. Then just rewire your DC controller's 110VAC souce to its own breaker. This will supply AC to all your outlets and unfortunitally to your Air Cond circuit also.. a fast way to bring your inverter down to its knees
2. An $80 Automatic Transfer switch.. takes the HUMAN intervention out of the equation.
3. The INEXPENSIVE method.. rewire the TT's incoming shore power cable to the AC controll center, as I did. Here is the link to the PICTURE
Scroll down to the pictures. I can plug the TT into either the shore power oulet or the one connected to the inverter in the front storage area.
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