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Old 08-05-2014, 09:23 PM   #1
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Humidity overnight

Just wondering how you guys deal with humidity at night time. It seems like if I don't leave a window open and/or the bathroom fan going, the windows get tons of condensation on them and the relative humidity is like 75% by the morning. The flip side is that it gets cold at night in the mountains and we need to keep some heat in, so leaving a window open lets quite a bit of heat out. Should I just deal with the heat loss and keep a window open and fan going?
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Old 08-06-2014, 12:36 AM   #2
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We always keep a window cracked open and condensation is rarely a problem. I think condensation would be more of a problem with smaller trailers.
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I bought one of these. Used it for the first time this weekend. Amazed how light, quiet and how much water it pulled

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In our hybrid, I only have to unzip the side windows on the tent ends down about an inch to do the trick.
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In our hybrid, I only have to unzip the side windows on the tent ends down about an inch to do the trick.
X2, but I also crack open the bathroom vent about a 1/2"
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X2, but I also crack open the bathroom vent about a 1/2"
I have a Maxx-air vent cover over the bathroom vent and I haven't closed it in two years!
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