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Old 12-30-2014, 10:20 PM   #1
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356qbq bathroom fan

I know this is probably a silly question but is there any way to prevent this from happening? Sometimes when I go into my main bathroom I turn on the light and I have the fan set to come on as well. Then I will feel these drops of cold water flicking off the fan. It drops on me while I'm on the toilet. I've checked and no leaks that I can find. I took off the mesh cover and wiped it all clean and didn't have problems for awhile. Now it's happening again. Didn't have this issue during the summer months. Is it condensation from steam from the shower? Any help is appreciated.
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