Originally Posted by iluvlcy
Yes, when we camp in cold weather the walls behind cushion get really wet, mainly at night.
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Yup, and there are variables of how well your camper is insulated (or not); how toasty do you like the keep it with the furnace (produces considerable moisture); do you, DW, DD, and/or DS hate showering with the vent working because you get a chill; do you cook inside frequently; and, so-on. Those of us who have migrated from PUPs and hybrids tend to be very keenly aware on measures to reduce/control condensation. Who knows what the prior owner's experience was, or if they had a one-time fluke event, etc. Keep a watchful eye on those areas as you use it, but I feel you are likely A-OK!
Now, if manufacturer's would pump low expansion, high travel foam into the welded aluminum structure like our TT has - only place we see condensation when camping in cold weather with our new TT.