In my experience, low batteries can cause the auto reset breakers to trip. Wait a second, and they will reset, but trip again as they are still heated. Since slides take so much power, it is always a good idea to be hooked to shore power, generator, or tow vehicle, to assist the batteries a little.
Also, the auto reset breakers can wear out, or be too small. In my 2012 there was a service bulletin to replace the 50 amp with an 80 amp. No more problems for me with the start and stop scenario.
So, check batteries, electrical connections, and the auto reset breaker.
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