Originally Posted by DPeakMD
Welcome to the AirForums, Rusty!
Look behind your gas bottles. Is there a vented opening there covered by a lip of protruding metal? If so, then your Univolt is right behind there. Going inside, you should have an access panel door to your fuse box at the very front of the trailer. The Univolt is right below that. You'll have to remove whatever is in the way in order to access it. It should be housed inside an ABS box with a plywood cover. Take off the cover and voila! Univolt.
Thanks so much for the reply and info--you (and a few others were right on) One more question if I may. THE SITUATION: When I connect the battery and plug into 110V power, my 12V
lights and 110V resepticles etc work great. If I disconnect the battery, the 12V
lights do not work but all 110V power does. QUESTION: Is it normal for the battery to stay connected to provide 12V
power with this 1978 model year AS or is the univolt not doing the job? Rusty WBCCI #5871