To breathe or not to breathe?
Picked up our 33' rear kitchen, front bedroom Wildcat MAXX travel trailer this week. We traded in our 29 foot Wildcat MAXX rear bedroom travel trailer.
My question centers around the 2 cubby hole openings ( one on each side of the bed) under the mirrored closet doors. Both trailers actually have an opening about 3" high at the top of the "wood panel" at the back of the cubby. On a cold day/night there's a lot of cold air coming through these openings. I'd like to block these openings to stop the cold air, however, I wonder if this area is actually left open so the enclosed area behind the front cap can breath? I don't want to block this off if I'm going to cause condensation issues in the dead space behind the cap.
Any thoughts or inputs will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Days camping (2016)----181 days
Days camping (2017) --- 82 days
2016 Wildcat MAXX 28RKX (33' TT), 2007 13' Scamp
2015 Ram Laramie Hemi, w/air suspension
30 years RV'ing
11 different RV's