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Too much sweat is on my windows in cold weather.

When I use my vent free Pro-com gas heater in colder weather a lot of sweat forms on my windows. Is there a way to vent the heater and solve this problem?

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Vent free is the problem, 1 of the combustion byproducts is a large amount of water vapor. Crack a door to the room a little and maybe even a windw slightly (as it most likely states in the owners manual) and see if the problem goes away.

high himidity + warm air+ cold window glass = condensation

fresh air circulation = less condensation and also less CO and other bad things in the air you are breathing...just because its vent free does not mean its not dangerous in a tightly closed room. The vent frere designation assumes a certain number of air changes per hour and you are not getting them.

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