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Old 03-12-2018, 07:12 AM   #1
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Has anyone installed washer dryer in the outdoor kitchen?

Hi everyone,
I was considering using my outdoor kitchen space in my Thor Hurricane 34J to install a combo washer/dryer. We really never use the Fridge out there, so I thought we might be able to put in a combo washer/dryer with minimal modifications. I'd like use a vented unit (I understand they dry faster) so installing a way to vent and drain seems to be the only significant modifications I'd have to make. The sink drain currently uses a pump that has to be manually turned on to drain out the water since it sits below the line that it drains into. I'd have to come up with a way to tie into the grey tank another way.

Has anyone tried to do this? Thanks
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If the kitchen is in a slide, no....weight issue. If not, go for it. The vent cold be as simple as just letting it blow into the kitchen and leave the exterior door ajar. You could also attach a dedicated drain that went right into the sewer. You wouldn't have a tank, which means you could only wash with hook ups, probably not an issue.
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I assume you or the D/W have to go outside to do the laundry. That would not work in my household.
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