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Old 08-05-2022, 08:46 AM   #1
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Iím trying to get an answer on what the inverter in my Jayco Redhawk is suppose to power and when. I get a different answer to this question from everyone I ask including the dealer.
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I suspect the reason for different answers is because of different years and builds of the Jayco Class C's over time. The inverter in mine only powers the TV outlet. However it may supply both TV's as I am not sure because over all of the years, I never tried the Bedroom TV on inverter seeing that I don't watch TV that much. ~CA
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Iím trying to get an answer on what the inverter in my Jayco Redhawk is suppose to power and when. I get a different answer to this question from everyone I ask including the dealer.
Any information would be appreciated.
What year? As craigav said, probably only the TV or TV's and then only the front TV when the ignition is off.

See post#10 in particular.

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f...-on-11021.html
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My 2016 31FK only powers the Living room TV. Nothing else. It varies from year to year, model to model.
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Iím trying to get an answer on what the inverter in my Jayco Redhawk is suppose to power and when. I get a different answer to this question from everyone I ask including the dealer.
Any information would be appreciated.
Seems most models of Jaycoís are wired different.

On my 2022 28.5 rsts itís the tv, and 2 bedroom outlets, 1 on each side of the bed.
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Old 08-05-2022, 06:56 PM   #8
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My 2017 Greyhawk's inverter powers both TVs only. To get a definitive answer, simply get a voltmeter or a 120 volt lamp, fire up the inverter, and check each outlet.
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