Ok really nooby title, I apologise I have a dirty little 2-stroke generator which works great for powering something that doesn't care at all about the state of the AC coming in, but anything even remotely sensitive will be ruined by this thing. I usually use it to power my halogen worklights in the garage as theres no power out there, but when I plugged in my new LED lights they were surging in brightness and then the transformers died within a few seconds. I want to be able to run my Waeco fridge off this if I need to but I'm afraid to hook it up and kill the fridge What can I stick on this thing to clean up the AC coming out of it? I am guessing both frequency and voltage will need work and I'm assuming that'll be expensive and complicated. I don't want to buy a new generator unless it's a diesel and I'm not ready for that kind of expense A 12v DC step down converter that can handle horrible input might do the job in a pinch as I have 12v work lights, I just need to know whether it can handle the disgusting input reliably. 12v 10A or so should do fine. What about a PC PSU?