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Old 08-12-2017, 08:01 AM   #1
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Dealing with condensation

I am camping at Cherrystone camp ground and it's a dreary rainy day but kinda humid also,some a.c. vents have condensation around them,what's a good method to try and reduce that,all vents are wide open,tried to open some windows buy that didn't seem to help

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Old 08-12-2017, 09:16 PM   #2
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I live in my 28BHBE for 154 days in the summer in SE Alaska. Ketchikan is a temperate rain forest and there is lots of humid so I run a GE dehumidifer and have no condensation or mold from condensation.
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Old 08-12-2017, 09:35 PM   #3
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We've full timed in our previous rig and in our 28BHBE. We also run a good sized dehumidifier. World of difference. Wake up, all towels dry, sinuses dry, no sweating of windows or vents etc. Wouldn't be without one.
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Sounds like I should invest in dehumidifier then,I did find the bathroom vent open, once I closed that it stopped sweating out of the duct, but windows still have it

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I think you'd find your problems solved quickly with a dehumidifier. There are times of the year we opt not to use it, but it's an absolute must in the cooler months.
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I think you'd find your problems solved quickly with a dehumidifier. There are times of the year we opt not to use it, but it's an absolute must in the cooler months.
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