I'm adding 12V power sockets for phone chargers and the occasional air mattress pump; nothing larger. I'll be using a 10 amp fuse and 14 gauge wire. I looked through the archives and found several people doing this, but no clear answer. Where do you guys pick up the power? 2005 Fleetwood Victory. I do NOT have a battery, so accessing the battery directly is not an option. I pulled the cover over the converter, but it only has very large gauge wires coming off of it and no extra screw terminals available. The wires disappear behind the rear exterior panel immediately off of the converter and I don't want to start pulling the rear ABS cover to trace them out. The sockets I will add are in the galley, so it would be convenient to tap off of the power to the galley pump switch (hot side), but I don't know if that circuit is rated for add'l power. We've never used our pump as you can guess, because we don't even have a battery. We either camp with power/water, or dry camp. For that reason, I doubt the circuit will ever be overloaded b/c the pump would NEVER be on when the sockets are being used. Heck, the pump will never be on PERIOD. Where do you typically pick up auxiliary 12V power (without a direct battery connection)?