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My 40 year old house had one I just tore out during remodel, it was unventilated and had no signs of moisture issues inside. Can't personally think of why it would react any different then any of the other walls. Not sure if that helps, but that's my experience with mine. I'd see them quite frequently when I was inspecting and never gave it a thought, not that that means anything. :)

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Seems like I remember reading about these solo walls in bathrooms need to be ventilated in order to not get interior moisture damage. Is that true?

I've never heard that. If you find the source where you heard it, please pass it on.

FWIW, I've seen a lot of houses and apartments torn apart and I've never seen a particular problem with condensation in interior walls.

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