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External vent I want to cut a hole for a vent to the outside. I have the indoor piece but how to get a pipe/vent cover for the outside?

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The cheapest way is to buy a dryer duct and fute,(under 10$for both)from any hardware store, then place it on a piece of plywood to fit onto a window openning(no dammage), or cut a hole in a door or through a wall

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