Originally Posted by Vols
I run the exhaust fan above the stove if my furnace is on. No moisture since I started that.
I know that I'm a real n00b here, not having run the furnace yet
on our recently purchased TT, but I see again and again the
idea that the moisture in the trailer is from the furnace. (from
the fact that burning propane generates water)
I thought that the combustion chamber of the furnace was sealed
off from the internal air - meaning that the combustion products
like CO, CO2, H2O, etc would go out the exhaust and not mingle
with the internal air. If that is correct, how could water from the
propane combustion be getting inside the trailer? If water gets in,
would not gasses like CO and CO2 get in also?
I must be missing something. Be nice to find out now before
I start using the furnace!!!