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Old 08-20-2010, 11:38 AM   #1
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Sweating on the windows and door


only my back yard door and the window facing the backyard sweats which is in the main living room the bedroom windows does not sweat. I have a double glass door, I just turned off my humidifier as someone told me to try that, it will be one week tomorrow but till today it is still seating, also closed the water flow to the humidifier, please suggest

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It could be that the seal is broken between the double glass causing condensation.

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Old 08-20-2010, 11:56 AM   #3
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Is it sweating on the interior side of the glass?

Are you running A/C?

What is the temperature inside your home when this occurs?
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Is it sweating on the interior side of the glass?

Are you running A/C?

What is the temperature inside your home when this occurs?
And get an indoor relative humidity reading and what's the weather been like outside?

Kind of wierd why it would be sweating on the inside of the glass. Would make more sense if were between the panes or on the outside this time of year.
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