Electrical Wiring Question - DC & Duplex Outlets?

Started by metalgyspy, September 08, 2020, 07:00:21 PM

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metalgyspy

Greetings all, I need help understanding the electrical system in my 6.0 Quicksilver.  When under DC power, the lighter plug, 2 USB plugs and the Fan/Light Jack all work - but neither of the duplex outlets are powered.  I'm not looking to run the AC on the single plug, but I would expect the duplex outlet near the convertor would be powered by DC.  Am I expecting too much of the system?  Do others have a different experience?  I seem to have an unused 15 Amp fuse (slot #3) and am temped to tie it into the duplex outlet.  I'm in need of a solution or a word of caution if appropriate.  Thanks


Marie1434

Quote from: metalgyspy on September 08, 2020, 07:00:21 PM
Greetings all, I need help understanding the electrical system in my 6.0 Quicksilver.  When under DC power, the lighter plug, 2 USB plugs and the Fan/Light Jack all work - but neither of the duplex outlets are powered.  I'm not looking to run the AC on the single plug, but I would expect the duplex outlet near the convertor would be powered by DC.  Am I expecting too much of the system?  Do others have a different experience?  I seem to have an unused 15 Amp fuse (slot #3) and am temped to tie it into the duplex outlet.  I'm in need of a solution or a word of caution if appropriate.  Thanks
There are several types of Electrical Outlets that serve a variety of devices but all of them have the same purpose: to provide an easy and accessible way to supply power to a load.
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