Older Original TV

Asked by Mar 06, 2017 at 01:24 PM about the 1995 Ford E-150 XL Econoline

Question type: Car Customization

Taking out the older tv and installing a flat lcd type
tv, how was the  older one powered,and how can i
power the new one?

3 Answers

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I depends on if the old one was being powered by an inverter or if it was a TV designed to run off of 12 volts. Look at the power plug in and it should guide you. If the power plug is like on that plugs into the wall in the house it is 120 volt. If not you need a TV designed to run off of the 12 volt system in your van. If you need a 12 volt TV there are some examples at the link I will post below. Just copy and paste.

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http://www.campingworld.com/category/tvs/1262

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@Trena, do not post questions on someone's thread, please post your own question in the proper place.

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