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victor bolton Posted on Sep 15, 2006
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Installing tv in boat

I have a sharp aquos 15 inch, ,when i install this in the boat do I need to use the supplied 110 to 12 volt converter? or can i connect direct to 12 volt? if so how do i wire it? thanks

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You can But I would not connect it directly unless I had a regulator or isolation device between the set and the boats power. if your boat has 110 volt capability just be safe and use the adaptor.

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