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Old 02-04-2014, 12:57 AM   #11
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Only a % of the moisture is expelled out the exhaust. The inside of the trailer is warmer than the outside temp. Which causes the moisture to build. Warm air is expanded and the colder air is dense and dry. For example when you drive your car during colder weather and you do not use the defroster the car starts to fill with moisture from the passengers breath and body heat. During the summer the warmer outside temps equal the inside temps of the trailer. Usually within 10 degrees of each other. Which equalizes the humidity and moisture between the 2. That's is why it happens in the colder weather because of the difference the 2 Temp's.

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