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Old 04-17-2013, 10:07 AM   #15
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Installed a Splendide two years ago and happy with it. Our Outback was not pre-plumbed so had to run water and drain lines. I put in a 4" vent out the side. No trouble with moisture or operation. Wife runs several loads a day when we have full hookups. I use a tripod when using the washer - If you bore a hole in side for vent, be sure you know where frame members are. Believe outside full size vent best.
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Old 04-17-2013, 10:34 AM   #16
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I really do not want to put a 4" exhaust port into side of my unit if I do not have to. I would think a lot of issues could come up if not done properly and with the correct cover. Not to say I would not have it done, just that I would want someone who has done this a few hundred times and knows what they are doing.
I also would want a better outside cap/cover one that is better than the el-cheapo household ones. I would think there might be one that can be completely sealed when unit is not in use and yet allows better retention of the R values.

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