Have a new 2008 25" Safari with the 11,000BTU A/C unit (with heat strip). Unit has worked outstanding until this weekend.
Situation: Older campground, 50A site, utilized a 50/30A adapter. 85 degrees, humid and sunny. Several "big" luxury 36ft fifth wheels parked at nearby sites in line with mine.
The A/C cooled OK but did not seem to dehumidify as it had in the past. Compressor seemed to cycle more often than before. Water droplets formed on the interior vent slots and dropped to the floor. The water drops became so numerous and regular that we had to put a bowl on the floor to catch the water. We nearly filled a cereal bowl full of water overnight and the cabin felt humid. I checked the A/C drain line on the interior of the unit and it was not leaking. I checked the outside drain and it was clear of obstructions and dripping and draining well.
When the "big" fifth wheel next door left the following day, the A/C unit seemed to return to normal operation and the interior leaking stopped completely.
Question: Since this was an older campground is it possible that I may have been experiencing a low voltage/power situation? If so, would low voltage/power cause the A/C unit to react as it did?