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Old 10-09-2019, 03:45 PM   #15
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Combo units don't need to be vented as the water is drawn off as condensation, not air dried like a conventional heat dryer.
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Most washer dryer combos are ventless and are designed with drying systems that work differently from the ordinary stand-alone (vented) dryer. Instead of venting moist hot air to the outside, like a conventional dryer would, the combo unit makes use of condensation similarly to condenser dryers.

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I have a condensing type combo unit and I am thinking about taking it out, it is worthless. We had a vented combo in our Dynamax and it worked fairly well.
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I have a condensing type combo unit and I am thinking about taking it out, it is worthless. We had a vented combo in our Dynamax and it worked fairly well.

Do you remember the model# of the vented combo you had?
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We sold the RV a year ago, I believe it was a Splendide WD2100XC White Vented Combo Washer/Dryer
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