Originally Posted by tbritt
I agree with the 37.5 did that much research myself, we could have took the time to do that but these guys have a time slot to fill with each call and we fell in to one that only gave me a couple hours to get all the things done,will admit they worked at it but the bottom line is all the stuff is pulling what it should, but the trailer should be a 50 amp instead of a 30
You can always modify your power system to give you a little breathing room if running either the water heater or ref on propane is not acceptable. Install a single breaker enclosure close to the power distribution panel, disconnect the AC feed from the power distribution panel and route it to the single breaker enclosure.
Then you will have to install a 20 amp pass thru on the trailer close to the power center possibly following the existing 30 amp service. On the campground pole there is usually a 50 amp, a 30 amp, and a 20 amp duplex. Plug a 12 gauge extension cord into the duplex and attach it to your pass through. You will free up the 15 amps from your main power system used for the AC. If not comfortable doing it yourself, i'm sure any RV Dealer or electrician can for a modest price.