My ac system is mounted in the attic in NJ. During the cold months the
supply trunk line is wet with water where the trunk lays on the
attic plywood. Both gable end windows are open. Also, the ac outlets
that are located in the ceiling have flappers which are shut and the
return grates are also covered. Why is this sweating? I think my warm
moist air is still getting past the closed vents and winds up in the
trunk upstairs and condenses the water. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks, Bruce
And you're a fucking dipshit, junior. Re-read my post. It tells you
EXACTLY what you have to do. How you do it is your problem. Try
covering all the grilles with saran wrap and see what happens. Cover
them all with duct tape. Buy all new expensive registers and grilles
that shut off 100% positive and see how it goes.
Are you catching on now you fuckwit?
Hell, spray your whole god damn house with spray foam insulation for
all i care. Its nice and warm here and I gotz no water in my trunk
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