This is exactly how our hydraulic system was acting. With ours it was the 50amp auto reset breaker continually tripping and resetting. We would start bringing the slides in or the levelers up, and it would stop. Wait a few seconds, the breaker would auto reset, we could resume for a bit. Repeat until you were done.
Lippert said to replace the 50amp auto reset breaker with an 80amp. No more problems since then. There was a tech bulletin on it, but I can't find it now.
Check your auto reset breaker to see what size it is. If you already have the 80amp, then start checking hydraulic pump amp draw, batteries, and breaker. Breakers wear out just like everything else.
As far as battery power; the 13.6 is the converter output. You need to disconnect the batteries and load test them to see if they are still good. Weak or bad batteries can also cause breakers/fuses to trip.
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