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  • Health Effects of a Dryer Vent Discharging Inside a House

    Health Effects of a Dryer Vent Discharging Inside a House

    Jan 27, 2011 You should never vent your dryer to the inside of your home under any conditions. Doing so can cause serious health problems as well as damage to your home. Always vent your dryer properly to the outdoors according to your local building codes and the dryer manufacturer's instructions.

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  • Can a Dryer Vent Be Indoors DoItYourself.com

    Can a Dryer Vent Be Indoors DoItYourself.com

    Jan 27, 2010 Although a dryer vent typically vents moist clothes dryer air into outdoor air, it is possible to vent an electric dryer indoors. Gas dryers, by contrast, are required to vent dryer exhaust out of doors.

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  • Dryer vent do's and don'ts Inman

    Dryer vent do's and don'ts Inman

    Mar 29, 2013 Misconception No. 1: It’s OK to vent the dryer directly into the house, so that the air can be used as either a source of humidity or a source of heat. Definitely NOT!

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  • How to Install a Dryer Vent That Keeps Out Pests DIY

    How to Install a Dryer Vent That Keeps Out Pests DIY

    Slide the vent body onto the elbow and screw it to the house with two 1-in. galvanized sheet metal screws. Drop the floating vent closer (or cup) into the vent body and pop on the weather lid. Every three months, remove the lid and vacuum any lint from the floating cup, the elbow and the outer ducting.

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  • Dryer Vent Extenders at Lowes.com

    Dryer Vent Extenders at Lowes.com

    Builders Edge 4-in Plastic Louvered Dryer Vent Cap. Builders Edge utility vents are durable, maintenance-free, U.V. stabilized and constructed with color molded-through so they won't scratch, flake, or fade. Available in a wide range of colors to match your siding manufacturer or a paintable (030) option to easily match your home.

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  • Dryer Vent Kits at Lowes.com

    Dryer Vent Kits at Lowes.com

    Pre-assemble the hose to the connectors, place clear seal rings on vent duct and push connector onto duct for a quick, air tight and easy install. For regular dryer vent cleaning maintenance, simply pull the connector off the dryer vent duct for access and push back on when complete. Designed for all 4 in. round dryer vent duct. View More

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  • 3 Easy Ways to Cover a Dryer Vent Hole wikiHow

    3 Easy Ways to Cover a Dryer Vent Hole wikiHow

    Sep 15, 2021 Cover your dryer vent hole with 1⁄4 in (0.64 cm) hardware cloth. Hardware cloth is a type of sturdy, galvanized wire mesh and 1⁄4 in (0.64 cm) hardware cloth means that it has 1⁄4 in (0.64 cm) openings in the mesh. These spaces are small enough that even tiny critters like mice won’t be able to get through the cover.

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  • What to Know About Dryer Vents The Spruce

    What to Know About Dryer Vents The Spruce

    Jul 16, 2021 Cut a 4 1/4-inch diameter hole in the exterior wall. Attach the plastic vent cap to the vent pipe. From the outside, insert the vent cap and pipe assembly through the hole, then screw it into place. In most setups, a four-inch diameter flexible metal tube attaches to the dryer's rear vent with spring or plastic clips.

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