I have a 2008 Salem with a Dometic roof air conditioner that trips the A/C circuit breaker when it's hot outside. My camper is 50 amp in a park with 30 amp service. I have a reducer in line with the main electrical plug. The A/C works for a while then trips the circuit breaker. Only when it is very hot outside from 1-6pm. I wait a few minutes before resetting it and turning the A/C back on. It works for a short period and then I can hear the compressor or motor laboring before it trips again. I already replaced the circuit breaker. Someone mentioned that it could be the capacitor. In reading up on it, it sounds like there are 2 types, a start and run capacitor. Are they the same, both in one housing, or are they different? Could this be whats causing the issue?