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Old 11-07-2019, 09:22
DJMotorhomer DJMotorhomer is offline
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Default Damp or Condensation Problem

Hi

Our twin bedroom backs onto the kitchen where the oven is and kettle.

We use the disposable dehumidifiers in the single wardrobe in the bedroom and these fill up quite quickly also the hanging type. These fill up a lot quicker than others around the caravan.

Is it because it backs onto the gas oven, as burning gas does omit moisture or because the kettle is also next to the cooker. We moved the kettle away to another location and have hardly used to over recently but still the dehumidifiers are collecting water.

I have checked outside and everything is sealed on the outer skin.

I am at a loss where it is coming from.

We have an electric dehumidifier and use it regularly in this bedroom.

Any advice would be great.

Thanks

Dave
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