Camped this past weekend and had a power issue ourselves. We have the residential refrig that runs off an inverter as we are driving and it had been plugged in for 24hrs at home so I know it was cold. We got to the site and set up, plugged into the 50 amp plug, turned on both A/C and left to play with the kids. Came back several hours later to open the fridge to find that it was warm and not blowing air but the light was on in it. The freezer was cold as ice and blowing strong. Turned off the second air and the fridge came back to life. So I put the water heater on gas to save power and didn't use the second ac again. Called the dealer they said it sounded like the power to the site was bad. Checked and it was 115 on one leg 119 on the other and 233 across both, think I did it right? The camp ground did say they had some power issues across camp were one of the underground legs was bad but that should have not effected us they said. Anyone think the numbers are off enough on to cause a problem? This was our first time using second air so I don't know if there is a problem or not there.
2014 Chevy 1500 Crew Cab 5.3 4X4