I have a 1200 watt inverter equipped on my 2017 Fleetwood Jamboree. It came with a residential refrigerator that only runs on AC power and uses 780 watts of power to run and draws 6.5 amps. The inverter is powered by two 6 volt batteries which provides 120 volts ac that must be kept charged in order to run the fridge and the flat screen tv's. Im trying to determine how many watts of total power is used at the same time when dry camping (no shore power) to run my fridge,1 32 "flat screen and my Hopper 3. I'm also cosidering adding solar to aid in keeping the batteries charged. I use a full size dish on a tripod with a hybrid LNB for use with my Hopper. I know I can also get AC power from the generator but most campsite will not allow use of a generator after 10:00 pm. I'm mostly a night owl and want to use my tv afer hours and still not worry about my fridge shutting down from lack of power from the inverter. Is this even possible? Any input from anyone tying to do this with an inverter would really be appreciated!