Originally Posted by 2 Trail Hikers
On the inverter connection I used the open 12v lug on the circuit board and used the grounding bar thor installed that houses all the grounds. The receptacles it powers are the front tv bed tv both receptacles at the bed and both receptacles in the upper cabinets where the HDMI cables are run by the factory. The bonus is it runs the fridge so if you run out if gas you can run it off the inverter. Bad side is you have to manually count the fridge in gas mode rather than auto if you want it to run on gas when the inverter is on. Let me know if you have any other questions let me know I'll help as much as I can. Congrats on your thor hope you get it soon.
The fridge being part of that loop is a blessing and a curse. I think all things being equal I would have probably preferred that wasn't part of it. Will just have to keep fridge off of auto, or know that whenever the inverter is turned on to turn the fridge to gas.
Fridge aside, that's perfect. That's my big needs. The TVs, the bedside outlets and I had forgotten about the cabinet above, but that's big due to it being the location of the HDMI cables.
On the 12V on the circuit board. Are you referring to the disconnect that you said they had laying loose and you mounted to the right hand (bathroom side) wall of the cabinet, or something that's on the breaker panel?
Considering what you found on the loose connections, and I read a thread not longer ago about some wires or a switch/plug being damaged due to loose connections, I'm going to make a point of killing power to the coach and trying to find all the connections I can and check to make sure they are tight.