General Purpose Breaker seems to trip often
Hi, everybody. Just new to this forum although have owned our Eco for 5 years now. Anyway, my problem seems to stem from the General Purpose breaker when using shore power. Here's the background. When at home, I usually plug to a 15 amp power supply from the house to charge the batteries. Until this year, whenever I plugged it in and turned on the circuit breakers on the Eco, the house GFCI would cut off, so no power from the house. I have isolated it to the General Purpose Breaker. All the other breakers do not have this problem. When I first observed this problem I think the battery was not wired. And when it was put in, I think it had only 37% charge (later on, the guy in Autozone said that it was a dead battery). My questions, Would not having the battery or having a bad battery cause the General Purpose breaker to trip or even trip the house GCFI? What is powered by the General Purpose breaker? ( It seems to be just the lights and possibly the DC part of the refrigerator). Any ideas would be great. Oh, do you think that if it does not work, could I last an overnight with just a fully charged battery to run the lights? Thanks.