Your symptoms are common for a camper or motorhome that has an INVERTER.
Your RV uses an INVERTER to provide 110-VAC to the TV's and usually one receptacle (normally used for a PC). These items are powered by the Inverter so that the TV's and that receptacle can be used when the RV is traveling or in a site where there is no power.
The Inverter itself is powered by your COACH batteries, so check that the batteries are fully charged and your AUX (Coach) CUT-OFF switch is in the right position.
And, considering that your RV is plugged into external power, your CONVERTER should have 110-VAC power and in turn, it should be functioning and keeping your COACH batteries charged.
Check that all of these things are operating properly. In your case, the Coach battery itself or the Converter would be what to suspect.
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