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I have a brand new samsung DV448AGP dryer. It comes with a vent out the back and out the right side. I need it to vented out the left side? any suggestions

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A bit difficult to do. If yo remove the back panel and look at the exhaust duct to determine if you can swing it 90 degrees to the other side?? It may be possible but you'll have to look. Then switch it to the other side. Then of course you will need to cut a hole for it to exit the machine. That's the deal to get it out the other side.

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