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Originally Posted by avalanche View Post
I have run a 2000 watt sine wave inverter. Mounted it on the wall in the first storage bay next to the battery compartment. Made up a male only short extension cord. So I kill the converter and make sure fridge and water heater on gas. Run the cord from the inverter to the ac outlet in the storage bay and back feed the system.
No AC, no coffee pot or microwave.
"Backfeeding" any electrical circuit is dangerous. Having a live male plug is a disaster waiting to happen, that's why it's against electrical codes. If the live male plug comes in contact with a person then a potential fatality exists.

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