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Old 06-18-2014, 06:27 PM   #15
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From all the reading I've done, get a vented model dryer unit (either separate or combo). The non-vented units use a lot of water during the drying cycle. The vented units do not. Most reviewers that had used both also stated that the vented units dried faster and with less wrinkles.

I'm still looking at which ones to get for my 5th wheel. I've got the space to go with either a combo unit or separate units. Still haven't decided on anything other than it has to be the vented dryer.

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Old 06-19-2014, 06:03 AM   #16
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Splendid Combo

We purchased the Splendid separate stack washer and dryer unit. It cost me $2200 dollars including installation. I just came back from 12 day trip. I did all the washing. I did two 8 lb loads per day. I washed mixed 30 minute quick with a Tide Pod, and a color catcher. I then dried on Auto and took about 1 hour. I liked to sleep with the dryer running. The clothes came out perfect. Easy for me, I was impressed with all the options and speed the two units performed well. The extra 250 pounds up front did result in me putting in air bags on my F250. But my wife and I our happy we did not have to go to laundromat or bring a ton of laundry back home.

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