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Old 08-25-2010, 07:20 AM   #11
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In winter our windows ALWAYS sweat. No getting around it being as they are single pane. We try the keep the little drain holes free but it bugs me to no end so I've always got a towel to wipe them down with. No issues ever with the walls/aluminum frame sweating.

Oh yea.. I don't have an FRF rig but to me all RVs are purty much the same same.


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Old 09-02-2010, 05:51 PM   #12
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Airstreams seem to do ok and they are all aluminum.don't worry about it.
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Old 09-08-2010, 12:44 PM   #13
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If you ever want to see where your Aluminum Frame is in your Surveyor, set your A/C down low. My partner keeps our SV291 COLD. On a warm morning, I can go outside and see condensation build-up outlining the frame work of the trailer on the outside walls. Except where inside walls are covered by cabinets or other items.
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If you ever want to see where your Aluminum Frame is in your Surveyor, set your A/C down low. My partner keeps our SV291 COLD. On a warm morning, I can go outside and see condensation build-up outlining the frame work of the trailer on the outside walls. Except where inside walls are covered by cabinets or other items.
I know what you mean. It is neat to see. I replaced the overhead stove fan vent in my trailer recently, there is a kitchen window below and off to the side. Lone behold it does not appear that the kitchen window is framed.... unless the framing extends past the vent itself??? Hmmmm....
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