Morning all... So, came home last weekend and ripped out the battery box as you do, increase size/make use of currently wasted space and replace one with two batterys, tidy up wiring etc. So, we have a 15.4" Grundig LCD TV/DVD/Freeview etc TV which runs off 240volt, however this is via an adaptor, 240 to, wait for it, 12volt. Ah ha, now, what's the go on running said tele of the 12 volt? Now I'm guessing with the voltage range possible, spikes from lights, heater fan etc etc some form of 'protection' might be an idea, any thoughts/sources? Obviously there is option two, install invertor and have it and the adaptor look after the tele and have the added bonus of having 240 for phone charging etc if we get caught out. We're not heavy tele watchers when away, and frankley we don't do any real wild camping but we go to the odd show where there's no power and like it or loath it we watch the F1, and also I'm lazy when it comes to hook up, if we don't really need it I don't bother whether it's paid for or not. Thoughts, suggestions? Si.