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Old March 19th 07, 11:05 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Harry Bloomfield
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Default Condensation

Aiden formulated the question :
On Sun, 18 Mar 2007 15:37:19 +0000, Dave Fawthrop
wrote:


On Sun, 18 Mar 2007 13:50:51 +0000, aiden
wrote:

!Have just returned from taking our newish (2006) Aventura away for
!the first time during the winter and while away (despite the heating
!being on 24/7) noticed condensation in just one area under the seating
!on the front offside panel. Enough to leave a puddle on the floor.
!
!Is this to be expected and, if so, why only in this one area -
!couldn't see any anywhere else? Is the wall insulation faulty -
!warranty item?
!
!Any advice much appreciated.


Provide more ventilation from inside to under seating.
Your local dealer will have about 1 1/2 inch dia perforated plastic bungs.



Apologies - seem to have posted here by mistake - have re-posted at
the top under "Condensation Problem?


However - there is a ventilation hole in the floor wiithin 6ins of the
area concerned - wondered if this was allowing in the cold air, to
then condense.


Presumably, shouldn't close this vent hole off?


Don't block up any ventilation holes unless the manufacturer has
provided a means to reduce the level of ventilation. Some ventilation
is essential to make up for oxygen burnt and allow escape of the
products of combustion.

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