Ok some may remember me from a while back as having trouble running on shore power...lesson: don't try to run on drop cords
. got that solved and was farting around in the "B-37 wallet bomber" I had the rear air going and nothing else but the inverter/converter. I started vacuuming the back room with my trusty filter queen plugged into the dinette outlet and after about 10 mind I hear a click, the ac stalls for a split second and I notice the inverter is running off batteries again. I look further and the main has tripped in the panel box inside the rv. first thing I notice is it has a 10a breaker for the main....is this normal or should I put a higher amp breaker in its place? that seems a bit low for a main breaker if you ask me. I would think a 30 amp would be more sensible but then again I'm used to house wiring and car wiring not the combination all mixed up in a giant aluminum can.
here's another picture of the spaghetti panel the main it the very top one in the upper panel...