Posting some pictures to see if anyone has encountered this. Noticed a large water spot near the ceiling above the cooler. After opening up the drywall, the joist space directly above the cooler shows condensation on top of the closed cell foam insulation. One joist space over it is completely dry. It appears that (my guess) the area above the cooler where the intake is, is creating a temperature differential and causing the condensation in that area in the ceiling. In the picture, the far hole above the cooler has the condensation, the closer hole does not have any. It is an outside wall, but everything is sealed with the spray foam. Is this what is occurring? If so, how to solve it?