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Old 02-24-2015, 10:00 AM   #15
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I have a vented washer dryer and it vented through the floor in the rear of the washer dryer works fine.
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We have a ventless Washer/Dryer combo. Drying cycle takes about 1-1/2 hours. Capacity of unit also very small. Finally quit using it altogether. Would take it out but toilet would have to come out to do so. Right now it just takes up space and adds weight.

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I read on the splendide website that the ventless unit uses about 5 gallons more water to condense the moisture in the dry cycle. Then that is dumped into the holding tank.


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As said, you learn something just about every time you check this forum. We have a Whirlpool W/D stack. The dryer is vented outside. We use these units quite a bit. Even on the road, I just turn on the generator, for the dryer, and have at it.


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