Question about Dryers
If I remember correctly, there is a venting kit that you purchase which consists of a fitting to go on the back of the dryer and a large diameter hose which you put out the window or door to vent the hot air from the dryer. There used to be another kit which allowed you to connect to a wall outlet which vents directly outside.
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