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Old 04-09-2014, 06:12 PM   #1
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Dryer vent

This may be a stupid question but I'm re-installing my washer/dryer in my 36' Beaver and the dryer vent clean out for the lint is on the rear of the unit.. Are you supposed to pull the whole unit out every time you need to clean the lint catch? Seems weird to me..

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Our Splendide says it doesn't need to be cleaned. Check you owners manual.

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I think it depends on which Splendide unit you have. On our previous Splendide 2000, there was an access panel cut into the shelf over the dryer to remove the lint screen. On our current Splendide 2100, the manual says that lint will be expelled through the vent.
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My Splendide 2100 came with a long slender brush on a flexible cable-like rod. I can use it from the outside of the RV working it in thru the vent.
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