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Old 02-27-2017, 12:39 PM   #11
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Solar hatch vents will do very well at reducing condensation. Running the A/C will help as well. We also use large buckets of damp rid and replace them through the season.
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I recently replaced my a.c. with this: http://www.marinaire.com/Marine-air-...-p/msba9k2.htm

It has a dehumidify setting! I love it!
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Over winter I leave one of those small oil heaters left on low so it provides sufficient heat is dispel and condensation. They are safe and pose no fire risk. Occasionally I will use two one topside and the other in the cabin. They are inexpensive and safe. No problems with mold ever again.
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