How Do You Know if Inverter Is Not Working on RV?

The size of the inverter you’ll need to run your RV depends on a few factors, including the size of your RV and the types of appliances you’ll be using.

A general rule of thumb is that you’ll need an RV power inverter that can handle at least the same amount of wattage as the largest appliance you’ll be using.

This means if you have an RV with a mini fridge (750W), a toaster (800W), and let’s say a 32″ plasma TV (50W) that is about 1,600 watts, you’ll need an inverter that runs up to 2,500 to 3000 watts.

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