So we are new to the RVing world and has our 3rd. "almost disaster". Our Ac keeps blowing a breaker but not until we reach about 60 mph. Has anyone had issues like this that might be able to shed a little light? It is a Duo Therm and is stand alone on a generator. I am thinking wind speed,perhaps fan motor bearings?
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Let's start with a bit more info. RV model and year. 1 or 2 ACs? Any history with other elecrical issues? What breaker is bowing? Generator main breaker or AC panel breaker?
Just off the top of my head, when on shore power, if you bang on the main breaker panel or "jiggle" the breaker switch for the AC, does it trip? Can you have someone drive while you watch the breaker trip?
2015 Fleetwood Discovery 40G
2014 CRV w/EZ Tow
Hope you get some answers. I have used mine when traveling and 60 mph is about my limit but I *think* it has continued to work. I have not noticed it stopping at 60 mph. I sometimes will hity 65 but rarely. I may have the DW listen for it next time to see.
Gary and Karen Stone - stick home in Texas
LCMS Church - 2014 Minnie Winnie 31KP, 2014 Jeep Gary is N5PHT, Ham Op, Retired from Fed Gov