I'd start at the back of the dryer and find out where the other end of
the ductwork (flexible or rigid) is currently going.
Maybe you could provide a little more detail about how the ductwork is
laid out inside the house. Are you not able to see the vent from the
I don't like most dryer vent hose, when I redid the dryer vent in my
basement i got two 4" 90's and a length of metal flex duct. Connected
it all together with screws and metal duct tape, only non-fastened
connection is at base of dryer (to take apart for annual cleaning.)
much less restriction and lint buildup that way.
replace "roosters" with "cox" to reply.
Good installation except for the screws. I used screws like I'd used with
my HVAC duct work and when inspected a few months later found the each had
collected a good bit of lint. I pulled them all out and just used good
metal duct tape (not the cheapo cloth based stuff that dries put quickly. A
year and a half later and the vents are still clear as new.
I just quit using a dryer period
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