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:Originally posted by Chris Bernhardt

In the past I might have said increase ventilation for example by installing gable venting. That I think is wrong advice. The only thing I can think of is to increase venting with a continuous roof vent and installing venting in each rafter bay.

Is that sound advice? Or is that not likely to really work either? Usually I will see the mildew lighter or non-existent in the rafter bays with eave venting or only the north side etc. but in this case it appeared to evenly coat everywhere as if no venting is occuring and I could see daylight at the vents of the eaves.

Chris, Oregon

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Hi Mark,

You almost had it right..click on the reply button, not the "new" button.

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