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Old 01-24-2003, 01:36 AM   #1
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Window moisture

Well it got down in the low 20's last night and we had no problem staying warm but, every window was covered with lots of moisture this morning. Are we going to have to run a dehumidifier all of the time? I guess the artic package really seals everything up tight. Have heard about leaving a roof vent open a little but it would seem to me that would just let the heat out. Any advice from our knowledgeable Montana owners??

Jim n Karan
97 Chevy 2500, ext cab, long bed, 454
2003 3655FL 3 slide
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