> but if
> it is air cooled, then you need to work out something to move air through the
This could be as simple as two vents, one on either side, one
low down and one high up. Convection will do the rest. Put
a flap-style dryer vent on the upper one to prevent
most of the moisture from getting in.
If this doesn't provide enough cooling, mount a small muffin
fan on the outlet, plug it into the generator.
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