Full disclosure and I need to cash in some of my 'man credits.' Ouch.
Bought the new converter, bought a multi-meter, was finally able to crack into the converter to get the bad breaker out, purchased the new breaker from a non-retail vendor, secured a repair date with my smart retired Dad and we started to troubleshoot to find the cause of no power to my 110V outlets.
Ended up tracking down two wires that we thought were headed left to the fridge, however, the both headed right. A bit of flashlight work showed that the wires went to a junction box under our table. In the junction box was an outlet with a GFCI.
Yes, it was tripped.
Yes, this fixed the problem.
We fixed the goal of returning 110V power to the outlets. We did not take the shortest route.
We will not tell our man-friends.
Thank you ALL for your valuable responses.
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1996 Rockwood Pop-up
2002 Toyota Sequoia
in the process of replacing/upgrading lots of systems