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Old 04-07-2016, 07:01 PM   #11
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Just the facts.
To stop interior windows fogging and building up moisture all you need to do is crack a ceiling vent so the hot moist air can escape. When your rig is locked up tight as a drum your body as well as other things give off moisture and if it can't escape it will build up on the glass because it is colder outside.
Open a vent a bit and this will not happen even at 32 degrees or below.
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Makes me think of basic training when the drill sarge would make a sauna in our room...powered by making us exercise until the cabinets and walls were good and wet....
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Old 04-11-2016, 09:12 AM   #13
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Makes me think of basic training when the drill sarge would make a sauna in our room...powered by making us exercise until the cabinets and walls were good and wet....

Oh so you met the legendary "rain man" too?! Lol.....
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Old 04-12-2016, 09:00 PM   #14
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Just the facts.
To stop interior windows fogging and building up moisture all you need to do is crack a ceiling vent so the hot moist air can escape. When your rig is locked up tight as a drum your body as well as other things give off moisture and if it can't escape it will build up on the glass because it is colder outside.
Open a vent a bit and this will not happen even at 32 degrees or below.
DITO .... all of our MH have been single glass windows never any issues with moisture. We go camping a lot and our current GEORGETOWN 351 DSF, was purchased new in 2013 with only 723 miles on it. We now have 26,564 miles. It is only 2 1/2 years old, I only tell you this so you can see we use our MH and have no issues. Our camping season starts every year last week in MARCH and we go until DECEMBER.

We love our GEORGETOWN......
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