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How do I reduce the amount of moisture accumulating on my windows

I have a carrier weathermaster 9200 furnace with central air. I am getting way too much ice and condensation on my window frames and need to know how I can reduce/eliminate this problem.

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First off run your bathroom fan for at least 1 hour after you take a shower. another thing to do if you have a humidifier is to lower the setting whenever the outside ambient goes down.

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