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Old 01-06-2016, 09:00 AM   #1
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Which Outlets are Hooked to the Invereter?

A New Question came up when discussing the value of the Inverter on a 2016 Seneca 37FS. Which plugs are powered by the Inverter?

This came up in thread -
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f5...off-31511.html

I guess the way to test this, is disconnect from "Shore Power", turn on Inverter and see which outlets have power.

Strange that they are not already labeled.

I'm thinking it is just three outlets in the area of the control panel, which is above the front chair and between the door and the cab passenger door on a 37FS.

Wonder if this has to do with the Inveret control being in that area? In other words, does the power come from the control panel Inverter switch or from the Inverter itself, located under the coach by the battery?
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A New Question came up when discussing the value of the Inverter on a 2016 Seneca 37FS. Which plugs are powered by the Inverter?

This came up in thread -
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f5...off-31511.html

I guess the way to test this, is disconnect from "Shore Power", turn on Inverter and see which outlets have power.

Strange that they are not already labeled.

I'm thinking it is just three outlets in the area of the control panel, which is above the front chair and between the door and the cab passenger door on a 37FS.

Wonder if this has to do with the Inveret control being in that area? In other words, does the power come from the control panel Inverter switch or from the Inverter itself, located under the coach by the battery?
I did not know that Jayco offered an inverter on their TT's. I only thought they supplied 12VDC when not on shore power.
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Probably the two TVs and the micro. Front TV won't work while the ignition is on unless you disconnect the solenoid inside that outlet.
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Thanks Grumpy,

Another project to test the outlets. Oh the pressure. I'll post results after I check it out.

Fairenatic,

Posted this in the "Jayco Class C Motorhomes". We are talking about equipment on Seneca Class Super C's. However, sometimes info applies to travel trailers.
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