Humidity Issue on Coleman Roof Air on 96 Gulf Stream Conquest Travel Trailer

by Russ
(Alvord, LA)

Question: My roof air works very well, but the humidity seems to creep up the longer we have it on. The air is always cold when compressor kicks on. The trailer is only a 18 footer so not a problem getting cold but would like to keep out more humidity. Somehow I think an area needs to be sealed more or something. Any ideas? Thanks!


Russ


Robbie: I do not have to deal with this problem here in San Diego but research has told me you can get small dehumidifiers to assist you. Single pain windows and poor insulation in the walls will also make it very difficult to remove the moisture in your RV. Your roof AC does remove humidity when it's running but very little. There are websites offering small dehumidifiers for RVs. I just googled RV dehumidifiers.


Good luck,
Robbie at Warford's RV in San Diego

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Apr 23, 2013
Humidity
by: Russ

Thanks Robbie,
I'll look them up!

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