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Old 04-30-2012, 05:50 PM   #1
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2nd campout completed this year

We had some cold weather and used the furnacer to keep it at 70F once the sun went down. There are 6 of us, so I'm hoping this is somewhat normal regarding condensation. When we woke up that Saturday morning, there was noticable condensation on the two slide out walls, even in the cubbard of the slide out wall.

Since I did not have the MaxxAir covers opend that night, I thought that was the reason. the next night was about the same temperture wise, but this time I made certain to open the Maxx Air vents. That morning there was no condensation on the walls and I felt that I had addressed the issue. But, I would like your feedback to coinfirm this was the issue - not enough air circulating with all the heat and 6 people.

Thanks, Joe

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Yes you have to have air flow I believe your on the right track.
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