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GACampers
post Oct 30 2012, 10:48 AM
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We have a Bullet travel trailer. We are having moisture problems inside especially now that it has gotten a little cooler. Any suggestions to help with this problem?
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Onemoretrail
post Oct 30 2012, 06:00 PM
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How much ventilation do you have for your unit? Do you have more than one roof vent? Are any of your windows cracked open a bit? You need to get more ventilation into your unit and place a dri-z-air or equivalent moisture absorber in one or more places where the moisture collects. Also a good thing to have is roof vent covers such as Maxxair or Camco. That way you can open your roof vents more and keep the rain out. Hope that helps. smile.gif
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