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Condensation occurs when a vapor gas cools beyond its saturation limit and liquid begins to form. Because the water vapor releases its heat during this process, condensation is a warming process. More »

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Condensation in AC ducts can be caused by improperly sealed openings or a lack of proper insulation around the AC duct. Condensation occurs when the outer portion of the duct work is cooled down and comes into contact wi... More »

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Condensation develops in headlights when the headlight housing does not vent properly. This is exacerbated when the car is parked in a shady or damp area. Condensation sometimes appears as a coating of mist on the inside... More »

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