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How do I stop the dripping from my cold room ceiling?

We have lived in our house for the past twelve years. The house is thirty-five years old. In the past two years, the 6' X 8' cold room, which is under the back step,has developed a problem. In the summer, condensation develops on the ceiling and eventually water drips from the ceiling. In the winter, frost forms on the ceiling and when the weather warms up, water drips from the ceiling. The cold room has two sides that are connected to inside walls, the two other walls are exposed to the north side of the house. The frost first begins to form in the corner that is furthest from the two walls that have inside space. The heating system in the house is electric hot water with a wood heating system to assist in the winter.I need to know what I have to do to stop the water and frost on the ceiling.

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by Manage My Life
April 26th, 2007
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