We just purchased this 2014 Travel Trailer. Our camping trips are usually dry camping, no electricity other than the generator. We started the 2000 generator to charge the battery and to turn the television on. Immediately upon plugging in the generator goes into overload. We have tried turning all the breakers off and leaving off the air conditioner and microwave. As soon as the plug is inserted in the generator...overload.
When you are plugged into regular electricity the furnace will not work, the air conditioner turns on and air flows from the ceiling. If you turn the circuit breaker for the air conditioner off, then the furnace will light and work.
Also, when pulling the trailer the battery should be charging. After pulling the trailer 5 hours, the battery is dead. You need to run the generator and plug a battery charger into it. Then the battery will charge.
Nothing in the trailer works with the generator.. overlaod evytime you plug it in.