High humidity and excessive heat
Ok, collective, I have 2 issues. Went into the camper the other day and the counter top and stove had condensation on them, put a hygrometer in there and it read 75%. Immediately went and bought a de-humidifier, which solved the problem but created another one.
Since they pump out hot air, it's running near 100f in the camper during the day.
The unit says 90f is the max air temp to run in, so I turned my air on and set it to 85f. This obviously isn't a long term solution, I'm not running my air all summer long.
So, do I just let the de-humidifier run till it fries? Any suggestions? High humidity is not an option. Stupid Tennessee rain forest.
2014 Aerolite 213 RBSL
2016 Chevrolet Colorado