This is our first post but hoping that a forum full of experienced RV'ers may be able to help us with a bit of a baffling problem We have a 2019 22RBK North Trail (26'). We've been full-timing for 2 years (this August). At our last 3 campgrounds, we've tripped the power several times. It doesn't happen right away. At the first campground, it tripped 5 days in. At the last campground, it tripped 4 days in. Today, at our new campground, it tripped 40 mins in and seems to be tripping a lot more frequently. Each campground has checked the power pedestal - the first one said we were linked on the same circuit as our 50 amp neighbor, so they switched us to our own and ended up switching the breaker out - everything was fine after that. The 2nd campground checked the pedestal, said everything was fine but their meter said we were putting out more than 30 amps(?). We only had the AC running. For whatever reason, it stopped tripping and was fine for the remaining 4 days. This 3rd campground checked the voltage and said it's putting out what it should and recommended we remove our surge protector - that freaks me out, but so far it's stayed on now. I don't want to keep it that way so we're trying to figure out the real problem. Obviously, we're the common denominator here. Nobody else is having power issues at these campgrounds. Things that are helpful to know: It's been between 95-104 degrees so our AC has been on pretty non-stop except early in the morning We've never switched our surge protector (ordered a new one just now just in case) We've had other weird electrical issues like a flickering light (just one) and our TV will randomly turn on in the middle of the night sometimes ♀️ none of this has happened around the times our power has tripped but thought I'd include it in case it's related. Has anyone experienced this? Did you ever figure out what was happening? Help?