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Old 01-29-2008, 03:02 PM   #15
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There are a few, in the cemetery, that are there because they failed to leave a window open.


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I was told many years ago to always leave a vent or a window open just a little even in the coldest weather. It keeps the coach air dryer and prevents humidity build up from cooking and breathing. So I have always done it.

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The vent over the toilet is only closed when traveling.I also installed a small box fan in the vent that is almost always on.I guess I like fres air.
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We installed one of these Maax Vents. We leave it open all the time. Fresno gets very humid in the winter with lots of fog. We have never had a damp coach.

This is a great vent from RV Upgrades.

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I figured there were enough air gaps in my coach already.

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