Well, an air conditioner usually trips the breaker because it's pulling in more amps than the breaker is rated for. That is, if you have a 20-amp breaker and the AC pulls 30 amps, the breaker trips.. So DON'T keep resetting the breaker and letting it trip. Constant tripping can harm equipment and cause a fire.
Question: What would cause my breaker to trip when using the air conditioner in my rv when it is very hot outside? I am in Arizona in an rv park with.
I have replaced the circuit breaker (it was tripping at 13.5 Amps on a 15 amp circuit.). . Keep in mind that most circuit breakers will only carry about 80% of. between where the RV power cord connects and the rooftop AC unit .
. every time the rear AC unit comes on, it trips the circuit breaker for that AC unit.. There should be plenty of mobile rv repair people available.