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Old 05-17-2015, 05:16 PM   #1
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2015 Seneca Inverter circuits

Does anybody know what circuits are connected to the inverter on a 2015 Seneca? So far, I have only found the microwave and the tv's connected. I have not found any other outlets or the refrigerator. Is that right?

My last Monaco mh, had outlets and refrigerator also connected. I put 300watts of solar on my Seneca, we dry camp a lot and would like to use that solar power.

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Only TV's and Micro. Since the fridge runs on gas or LP they figure when you boondock you'll have it on LP.
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I am surprised there are no house outlets connected to the inverter. There are many low load items I would like to plug-in, such as a computer. I wonder how hard it would be to fix. Solar is free energy, once the system is installed. I hate running the generator to power a computer or to use a toaster.
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Just depends on how handy you are. I was able to add a couple additional outlets when we had our 08 SENECA. You just have to check and see if there is room in panel. I was able to replace a single breaker with a double and move a circuit so it operated off the inverter. I also changed out the micro outlet to a standard residential and then ran another line off of that.
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Old 05-18-2015, 02:36 PM   #5
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I want to add solar to my Seneca. Had it on my 5th wheel and really like it. It is easy to add to the Senecas? Sam
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I want to add solar to my Seneca. Had it on my 5th wheel and really like it. It is easy to add to the Senecas? Sam
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It was very easy, I used the flexible Go Power panels that glued directly to roof. However, my Seneca only allows the inverter to power the microwave and the tv's. I would not have installed so much capacity had I known. Now I am trying to figure out how to wire in the outlets and refrigerator, which is why I put solar on in the first place.
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The roof should be "pre-wired" at least our 08 was. JAYCO should send you the wiring location for that.
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Thanks Grumpy, I will give Jayco a call. Sam
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