So you have a trailer with 50 amps. I assume you have more than 1 A/C. As discussed a 50 amp rig is 4 pin, 2 legs of 120 volts at 50 amps for a total of 12000 watts. You could run on 30 amps which is 1 leg at 120volts for a total of 3600 watts. By bypassing something in your kitchen that can run on 20/15 amps you do relieve some off the single leg 30 amp at the post. But the question is the largest draw from your rig are your A/Cs that pull roughly 20amps each at start up and then settle at 14 amps. Hot water heater that kicks in after a hot shower which is another 6-10 amps.
just know that while you are helping you will not get the 12000 watts you are used to. You can limit yourself to 1 A/C if you need to run other large appliances (hot water heater, blow dryer, clothes dryer) but keep in mind that even a small coffee pot will still draw about 1100 watts.
Just understand your RV is going on an energy diet.
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