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Deloris matusicky Posted on Jun 24, 2007
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Vent ducts what type of matrial does this unit use for the cold air line on a mobil home i need to replace it

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Try to match the original ducting. Other than that, any ducting material will work, including the the thin aluminum piping sold for dryer vent.

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