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Old 07-30-2016, 11:01 AM   #1
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RV Environmental Control

Just changed location for parking our Winnebago Vista 36Y to Florida Keys. It will reside, when not in use, in a shaded area with a cover. Question here is what to do with inside environment.Seems like not a good idea to run both aircondtioners - especially with the cover. I am considering either a dehumidifier or a stand up room airconditioner.
I have friends with boats that have stored both ways - would appreciate any thoughts, comments or ideas. Can drain the water from either into gray water drain.

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Old 07-30-2016, 01:38 PM   #2
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Not sure the salt air environment is the best for the health of your RV, you'll find brake rotors and drums heavily pitted and much of the uncoated steel bracing rusting. We leave our RV with roof vents open (under vent covers) open and jalousie windows on either side open a tiny bit to allow air flow. This is in Cincinnati with high summer humidity, but not as moist as the Keys.

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