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Re: Another OT


That sure sounds like it's working a treat.  Wish there were
something like (whole house) for those who don't have duct systems.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: kmrsy@comcast.net
> The April Air system was installed this summer, so I'm just now
> beginning to get some use from it. I had it turned up to its
highest
> point, a notch past 45% but condensation eventually appeared on
windows.
> Now have it set at 40% and it seems ok. I have a guage in one of
the
> bedrooms that shows the out put to be on the mark.
> 
> 
> Kitty
> > Does that work?  Have no experience of that as we have oil fired
hot
> > water heat, but have often wondered if those systems actually
work
> > well?  When it gets really bad at our house, I'm reduced to
boiling
> > water to add some humidity to the air - you should see my Rube
> > Goldberg set up for doing this:-)

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