Dehumidifier Use with A/C
2014 Sport 22 FB, 13.5 Dometic A/C. A/C works fine, drain line not clogged, drips water like crazy from the drain line. My issue is the balance between indoor and outdoor temperature overnight, and the dehumidification process.
We run the A/C overnight and will wake up to an indoor temperature between 72 & 75 degrees per my little portable thermometer. Outdoor temperature will be around 80 degrees. The same thermometer also gives a humidity reading, and when we get up it is not unusual for that reading to be 80% or more humidity. My conclusion is that the outdoor temperature has dropped enough that the A/C does not have to run that much to keep the indoor temperature steady, and as a result the humidity level rises.
Would a small dehumidifier running overnight help in this regard? Should I open the roof vent a bit? Run the roof vent fan on low in addition to the A/C?
BTW, it is two adults and one 18 lb. dog sleeping inside overnight.