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Old 09-27-2021, 09:43 PM   #1
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Rear outside tv/stereo

Hi guys, another question from a new owner (2016 precept). the outside tv/stereo bay has no power everything is dead. Is there a fuse, relay, hidden plug ???? I can't find the reason. Thanks for any information.

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Old 09-27-2021, 11:17 PM   #2
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Any 120 volt outlets out there will be GFCI protected, and powered from a breaker in the converter. The RV has to be connected to 120 volt power in order to test/reset any GFCI outlets. Find the breaker that powers that circuit, turn it off, then back on. Next, see if the GFCI outlet(s) are tripped. They will be the ones near the kitchen, bath, and outside. Look for the test/reset buttons . It a place to start anyway. I'm sure others will offer some more ideas for you.
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The TV will be on a 110v like mentioned, the radio is 12v and could have its own in-line fuse. Also the 110v could be fed by the inverter, so are you connected to shore power or no? If so the inverter won't be the issue, check the GFI. If you are not on shore power, make sure the Inverter is on.
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thanks for the sugestions I have checked those things and all seem to be ok. So the radio has no power, the tv has no power, but the electric outlet there is live ?? would like access to the space behind to check connections ?
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The TV should be on a pull-out swiwel type mount, so you should be able to pull it out and see behind it. The TV will likely be attached to a different outlet than the one you see that is functioning since that TV can be powered by the inverter. Not sure what floorplan you have so hard to say what to do to get to the back side of that outside area.
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I have a 2016 Precept and have had the entire TV/Stereo area completely taken apart. The TV is 120v and the stereo 12v so it's weird that the two are both not working. The TV is on a non-gfci receptacle and the radio has an in line fuse. The only way to troubleshoot is to remove the TV which can be done by removing the 6 screws on the mounting pan and get in there with a multi meter and start checking the wiring. You can't troubleshoot electrical systems over the internet.
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Installed SuperSonic tv in my RV. I cut off the "cigarette lighter" 12-volt adapter after determining the + and - wires and hard-wired it into the electrical system. Incredibly light. Sitting 8 to 10 feet away, there is no quality issue with the image. If you want a great system at a great price for your RV or boat, this will work.
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I have a 2016 Precept and have had the entire TV/Stereo area completely taken apart. The TV is 120v and the stereo 12v so it's weird that the two are both not working. The TV is on a non-gfci receptacle and the radio has an in line fuse. The only way to troubleshoot is to remove the TV which can be done by removing the 6 screws on the mounting pan and get in there with a multi meter and start checking the wiring. You can't troubleshoot electrical systems over the internet.
My outside TV works but the radio doesn't. Do you know where the fuse for the radio is? I've pulled the dresser drawers to look at the wiring, but cannot see the fuse. I see the TV plug and the back of the radio but cannot find a point of connection for the radio.
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Pull the radio out the in line fuse is in the rats nest of wires back there.
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