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The plastic cover that goes into the window broke. it connects to the hose that runs the hot air out the window. how or where can i find a replacement?

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The vent termination is simulair to a dryer vent termination. Take the broken with you and visit any home center or hardware store, and I am sure you will be able to find an adequate replacement.

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