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Old 08-07-2016, 09:14 PM   #1
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Random c/b trips

So I have been plugged into this campground pedestal for 10 days so far. Over the first 9 days no unusual electrical symptoms. Today I have blown the A/C breaker twice and had the entire power drop off line 2 separate times. (all the clocks have been reset twice). Yet my hws-50ems shows no errors, and the voltages have been strong and consistent all week.

We didn't turn on anything new today, in fact we were gone when it happened so only the fridges, water heater (I'm running both gas and electric right now) and the two a/c were on when this happened. It has been much cooler the last two days so the a/c hasn't been working nearly as hard as all week. Since we have a pet this is a bit concerning...

It is a new Sabre and we already had to replace the converter, so I'm running a 75w progressive unit along with the progressive 50amp ems. Any thoughts on what this may be? I'd suspect the pedestal but it has been rock solid all week, the ems doesn't show any errors and being Sunday there is a lot less demand on the campground grid today.
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