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Everbilt Indoor Dryer Vent Kit
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Everbilt

Indoor Dryer Vent Kit

  • Vents electric dryers indoors when outdoor venting isn't possible
  • Ideal for apartments, condos and R.V.s
  • Includes duct, 2 clamps, lint reservoir and mounting ring
$14.48 /each

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The Indoor dryer vent kit can be used to vent your Electric Clothes Dryer indoors when outdoor venting is not possible. The kit includes a 4 in. x 5 ft. dryer transition duct, plastic lint reservoir, a plastic mounting ring (optional use) and 2 plastic adjustable clamps. This kit is ideal for apartments, condominiums and RVs.

  • Plastic lint reservoir should be filled with water before each load
  • For electric clothes dryer venting only, not for use with gas clothes dryer applications
  • Optional mounting ring is included so reservoir can be secured at an easy to reach height on the wall
  • Lint should be removed after each load

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Is the water from the wet clothes collected in the lint reservoir, or if not, where does it go?

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I don't have a specific answer to this question, but the answers provided here do not answer it either. I believe the person asking about where the water goes realizes that it evaporates. The reason dryer vents normally vent outside instead of inside is because of humidity concerns caused by venting "moist" hot air inside the house. If this unit does not collect that water and allows it to escape in the Read More
I don't have a specific answer to this question, but the answers provided here do not answer it either. I believe the person asking about where the water goes realizes that it evaporates. The reason dryer vents normally vent outside instead of inside is because of humidity concerns caused by venting "moist" hot air inside the house. If this unit does not collect that water and allows it to escape in the room then it is not performing the primary function of a dryer vent which is to prevent high humidity in the room. Trapping lint is not the primary function of the dryer vent. Theoretically the lint trap on the dryer is supposed to perform that function. Read Less
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The water from the wet clothes evaporates. During install you put some water in the lint reservoir. The purpose of this is to catch lint as it blows out of the drier. It prevents lint from blowing into your house or apartment.
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If water comes thru your dryer vent, then you have a major problem with your dryer. Hot air is the only thing that should come thru your dryer vent.
You put water in the container to collect the lint that comes thru the dryer vent, then you empty it in toilet after the dryer cycle is finiished.
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Your clothes should not be "that " wet when placing them in dryer. The washer doing cycle gets most of the water out. The dryer provides the wind (as if hanging them on a cloths line) The filter, filters out dust bunnies, which should be cleaned after every load.
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Can this be used for a gas dryer?
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December 30, 2015
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This product can not be used for gas dryers. You do not want to direct the carbon monoxide back into your home. Gas dryers must always be vented outdoors.
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No. If a gas clothes dryer is not properly vented, carbon monoxide can be forced back into your living space which can be deadly. This product is only for electric dryers.
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No! For the same reason you vent your furnace and gas hot water tank, carbon monoxcide poisoning and or death.
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why are the lint traps not recommended for gas dryers?

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i see no reason why lint traps cannot be used with gas dryers if used correctly.
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December 30, 2015
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The threat of carbon monoxide emitted from the exhaust of a gas dryer would make it unsafe to use
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Short and simple, carbon monoxcide poisoning and or death. Same reason your furnace and hot water tank vent to the outside.
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Where do you mount the filter or does it just sit on the floor?

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You can mount it to a wall, or simply place it on the floor. If you choose to hang it on a wall, it does not come with screws/anchors to use. Need to purchase separately.
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November 25, 2015
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This item comes with a wall mounting bracket and can be mounted near the dryer for easy access
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Indoor Dryer Vent Kit is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This was easy to use and assemble. Unfortunately, I had to replace this after less than a year si... This was easy to use and assemble. Unfortunately, I had to replace this after less than a year since the clip holding the bucket broke while trying to re-allign it after a cleaning, and there is no way to keep it on without it. Other than that, though, it was pretty good.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from USELESS JUNK, WILL NOT EVEN FIT TOGETHER, MUST BE TAKEN APART EVERY USE AND WATER ADDED, THEN NEX... USELESS JUNK, WILL NOT EVEN FIT TOGETHER, MUST BE TAKEN APART EVERY USE AND WATER ADDED, THEN NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE TO FIT BACK TOGETHER!!! DO NOT BUY!!!
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple solution to avoid costly venting. Simple to install and simple to use. we avoided drilling and cutting holes in the wall to vent a top mounted dryer.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was simple and easy to assemble. Perfect for a short term or permanent fix for your household It was simple and easy to assemble. Perfect for a short term or permanent fix for your household
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Indoor Vent Needed a temporary indoor vent for my dryer and this product fit the bill. Good product.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This works fine A little weak construction on the wall Mounting bracket ... but so far working well
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dryer vent kit It works perfect. It's cheap. Saved me from building a vent hole to Ben outdoors.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not worth the money very cheaply made. the pipe provided is too short and the bucket won't close well
Date published: 2016-10-30
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