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Posted by Bill Choate on June 29th, 1998 03:25 PM

Dear BOB,
Great Show!!! This is my problem--I have a room
with a 18 foot high cathedral ceiling on the south side
of the house. The room is 20FT X 20FT and has a 3FT
round window at the south peak. Frequently warm, moist
air is trapped at the peak of the room causing water
to condense upon the ceiling and to drip to the floor.
Can you recommend a solution? I've been considering
installing a permanent duty 300CFM exhaust fan at the
north peak, or would natural venting be better. I
would appreciate any help you may offer.
Thanks, Bill.

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