Originally Posted by rcrodriguez
My cause was something else. I haven't touched the battery since I've had the RV. (Only 6 weeks.). If it trips again I'll investigate what else may be causing it.
If you haven't touched the battery in 6 weeks, and the camper isn't plugged in, the battery is dead. The circuit breaker (or the battery fuse or reverse polarity fuse in the converter) often pops when a WFCO converter attempts to recharge a dead battery.
When in storage, there are parasitic battery draws that run your battery down. With a good battery, this will normally take about 2 weeks. The propane/CO/low voltage alarm is the biggest culprit. In my A-frame, the stereo likes to turn itself on, too. The low voltage alarm may/may not chirp loud enough for you to hear it outside the popped down camper.
Bottom line is that you need to disconnect the battery when not using the camper (and it's not plugged in). I eventually installed a battery disconnect switch because I'm lazy, but got tired of replacing dead batteries.
2014 Rockwood A122 A-frame
previous 2000 Coleman Westlake pop-up