I just had our first trip in our 1990 Winnebago Chieftain. We went to our local camp ground in our community. I hooked up on Thursday, had the air blowing cold air, got to the camp ground Friday evening and no AC. Once I figured out the main breaker had tripped, I reset and everything seemed pretty good. Throughout Saturday (we had 110 plus temperatures by the way), the AC unit was struggling. Keep in mind, this campground is a 30 amp hookup, so I could only run one AC unit at a time. Most of Saturday the main breaker kept tripping. By Saturday evening it seemed okay, I ran the back unit all night and kept the coach comfortable. By Sunday, the hottest day, I could get the AC units to come on, the front just blows hot air, seems like the compressor isn't kicking on. The rear I'm not sure, I checked it last night running the generator and it seemed to start to blow cold air. I've been reading that if the shoreline power is dropping below what it should, you can damage electrical systems, such as AC. Any thoughts on what may have gotten damaged, and what I should do in the future to avoid this? Thanks!
PS - I also had issues with my fridge not working,, but I think I know what we did to create this issue, so Ill post that in a separate heading.