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Old 09-04-2017, 05:37 PM   #1
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I'm in Riverside CA. We have been averaging about 108 per day lately I can turn on the AC in the morning and by 1:00 it kicks off. Electric power kicks off. Is the temp too much for the AC unit to handle?
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Old 09-04-2017, 06:21 PM   #2
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No. Your electrical connection may not be enough to handle the A/C. Can you give more detail to kicks off?
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I'm totally new to this. I'm running a 50 amp chord to the trailer. Does that mean I have 50 amps available? I turned on the AC in the morning then when it gets really hot the circuit to the trailer shuts down and the AC turns off. I wasn't running anything else at the time.
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If I turn on the living room AC unit when it is really hot in the fifth wheel the AC will not go on and I get an "E2" on the digital screen. If I turn on the AC in the morning and let it run everything shuts down when it gets really hot in the afternoon. I'm running a 50 amp chord to the trailer right now. It does have a large surg protector plugged in between the RV and the actual chord.
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Does the breaker in the camper trip? How about the one on the power pole? How do you turn the power back on?
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