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Narrowed down, if this is a condensation issue, a licensed heat and air person will need to look at it and make repairs.
If the water leak is due to a roof leak and you don't need a new roof, water is blowing in from a roof vent or leaking in around one of the vent boots on your roof and you can go up and inspect that or a reliable roofing contractor knows exactly what to look for. Either way, that will need to be fixed by either replacing the boot or caulked.
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