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Old 02-11-2009, 09:41 PM
 
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Has anyone else had problems with condensation in the camper? We have had it several times, mostly in the mornings. Its never been a real problem, but more annoying when it happens.
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Do you have a pop up or hybrid? If so, get the Popup Gizmos - Camping Product Reviews - Bunkend cover - Powered by ReviewPost - and run some fans to keep the air circulating through the bedrooms.
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Has anyone else had problems with condensation in the camper? We have had it several times, mostly in the mornings. Its never been a real problem, but more annoying when it happens.
I always find it easiest to leave the windows open a crack, as well as the bathroom vent. Depending on the size of the camper, and the number of people inside it, all that breathing will put a whole lot of moisture into the air.
But, again, it depends on the type of camper you have, and the window options.

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Old 02-12-2009, 08:31 PM
 
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Thanks for the tips. Its a trailer, not a hybrid type. Your probably right, best to crack a window or open the vent. I will try that next trip.
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Old 02-18-2009, 10:04 PM
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Ventilation is most likely the problem as mentioned. The bathroom vent is usually a good choice, especially on cooler nights.



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