Originally Posted by NwilcoxM
Thanks to everyone for all your help, we will get started on shopping around for a power converter, charger and a fuse panel, hopefully that will fix it. When it comes to replacing the old univolt with the new, can someone walk me through it? Or should I have the RV repairman do it? Again, we are so so new, and have done some plumbing and propane repairs, but nothing electrical. I'll post pics soon of what we have done!
But not something everyone will be comfortable doing themselves.
So, if you and/or your husband don't consider yourselves "basic" electricians with some knowledge of 120 volt AC wiring and some knowledge of 12 volt
DC wiring, and how the two systems work together,go ahead and have it done.
But don't pay more than $45 for labor. It takes about 30 minutes.
Here in Albuquerque, the RV techs charge a flat $110 per hour, and they love jobs like this since for them it's a "plug and play" you pay installation.