Originally Posted by Linda3612
We are also having a problem when running the AC. It runs for awhile and then trips the circuit breaker. Dealer told us that's because we had the water heater running on electric (even though they're on separate circuits). So we don't hold out much hope of getting things fixed.
You should be able to run your AC and HWH on 30amp but not on a 15amp and maybe not on a 20amp. What were you plugged into?
You have a 55amp converter - probably a WFCO - so its fine.
Your 13.5K AC draws 12 amps running so you see how a 15amp CG pedestal or receptacle at home will trip the breaker if you add a little bit more.
Also, remember that your converter is also going to draw amps to charge the battery and, depending on how discharged the battery is, the amps will vary.
30amp - run AC and HWH, but be careful with adding microwave, hairdryer, etc.
20amp - run AC and possibly HWH (depending on other loads such as charger).
15amp - you might be able to run your AC with no other draws at all. I never can, but some report they have been able to do it.