What/How to replace Univolt?
I hate to beat a dead horse because I see a lot of Univolt questions, but I have zero electrical knowledge so some of the discussions are above my head.
A recent power outage and surge seems to have killed the Univolt in my 1975 Ambassador. I think it was on its way out anyway, so I'm happy to replace it. But I'd like to do it soon as I miss the light from my DC power!
Per other posts I have seen, I have an inquiry into Randy at Bestconverter but I was hoping to get some input from folks here on what they think the best thing to replace the Univolt with is, and also how hard is it to do?
I won't be doing it myself. There's a guy I use, an experienced contractor/electrician who has worked on a lot of RVs and trailers, just not Airstreams, who is willing to do it, but he suggested I ask around to see if this was a job would be better done by an Airstream person. Sutton RV here locally does not to "trailer calls" and my Airstream is not moving from the soggy snow-filled field it is currently parked in for a while!
Any useful tips or threads to look at would be great!