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Re: screen frozen on the inside
As temperatures fall, the amount of moisture absorbed in the air, drops, and is left on any surface (this is what you're seeing). It doesn't in itself mean there is a water leak, or a 'dampness' issue to deal with.
To reduce the likelihood of this occuring, however - if your car has air-con/climate control, I would recommend that you use it as often as you can, as this removes the moisture from the cabin, which also has the added benefit of keeping the windows clear whilst driving.
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