Help needed - A/C keeps throwing pedestal circuit breaker
We keep throwing the pedestal circuit breaker (CB) in a 30A line. This is the one day of the trip so far we need the AC to keep our dog cool while we are away! Earlier we threw the CB a few times. I thought it might be a jumpy CB so I tried the next camp site socket and we threw that too. We never threw any inside CB. After consulting camp personnel, they said I needed to turn off the hot water and the refrig (which I switched to gas). It then ran stable for a good 20 mins so we left. But when we returned the CB was blown again. Nothing else was plugged in at all. (The microwave draws slightly for the clock.) The only other current draw could be the converter. The AC itself is drawing 14-17A steadily. I have now turned off all inside CBs (including the converter) except for the main and the AC. It's now running steadily again but I don't feel comfortable leaving the dog here. It is 85 outside, not humid. We are using good relatively new power lines with 2x25' cords. If it could be a cord issue I could switch to 1x50' cord. We have a Progressive Industries EMS box at the pedestal and it has not thrown any errors the whole time. Any thoughts on why this was happening and what else to do or check? Thanks!
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2016 Forester MBS 2401R
2016 Forester 2401R