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Old 09-10-2010, 10:34 AM   #1
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This is a strange one, I had our sky light in for years, no issues or leaks, even after our new roof, it was fine, now that we put in a remote shade, I see a water line coming down from the sky light, is it possible since this SL is in a bathroom, that if we have the shade closed, moisture can build up on the glass, and run down the wall, its not enough to even drip on the floor, just a small water line mark I see on the wall under the light? weird? can't figure this out.

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This is a strange one, I had our sky light in for years, no issues or leaks, even after our new roof, it was fine, now that we put in a remote shade, I see a water line coming down from the sky light, is it possible since this SL is in a bathroom, that if we have the shade closed, moisture can build up on the glass, and run down the wall, its not enough to even drip on the floor, just a small water line mark I see on the wall under the light? weird? can't figure this out.

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The moisture was there before, just didn't condense until you blocked the drying air flow with the shade.
Similar to a basement slab that was "dry" until a floor covering was installed that molded. Took away the drying air movement.


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