Model # WX08X10075DS

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Store SKU #505199

GE 8 ft. Semi-Rigid Dryer Duct
0084691805830

GE

8 ft. Semi-Rigid Dryer Duct

  • Versatile design fits most dryers
  • Easy to install with 2 clamps included
  • Backed by limited 1-year warranty
$9.99 /each

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Product Overview

This 8 ft. Semi-Rigid Dryer Duct is a semi-rigid dryer duct that fits most dryers. This duct is easy to install. It is also includes 2 clamps.

  • Fits most dryers
  • Semi-rigid design
  • 8 ft. for length
  • Includes 2 clamps

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Customer Questions & Answers

when putting on the dryer vent hose, it says to make sure the hose isnt smashed or bent,how do we keep from doing that?

i cant figure it out
Asked by: Anonymous
Once installed just be sure to have enough room behind the dryer for the hose and don't shove the machines into it too hard. Also don't store anything like brooms or mops behind your dryer on top of the duct. Other than that its pretty stiff stuff. Depending on the size of your dryer vent and vent line in the wall you may have to "squish" the line with a hose clamp to get it secured. This type of "bending/smashing" is ok at the ends to ensure an airtight connection.
Answered by: Andrew
Date published: 2017-01-11

will this type of semi rigid dryer duct hose catch fire and burn

I heard that some dryer hoses can catch fire if lint in hose gets to hot
Asked by: Rachael
This is metal and won't easily burn. Don't NOT use it inside a finished wall. It's for hooking the dryer to a wall vent, or, a simple, exposed 'up and out' short basement vent. Have someone clean the entire dryer vent yearly, and you won't have any problems.
Answered by: Ward
Date published: 2017-02-07

Will this hose bend 90 degrees?

I need to make a 90 degree bend coming out of the dryer then run up about 4 feet to another 90 degree bend to go out of the house.
Asked by: Jeff
I have mine installed in this exact way. there is a small radius that is needed to make the bend, but it will do it no problem. Installation tip, secure the dryer end firs and set the dryer in place, then run the duct and make your second bend. I didn't do this the first time around and the semi rigid nature of the duct caused it the twist in some interesting ways.
Answered by: Andrew
Date published: 2017-02-20

can i use this with gas dryer

Asked by: cheryl
Yes
Answered by: ourcreation
Date published: 2017-03-14
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Customer Reviews

8 ft. Semi-Rigid Dryer Duct is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 121.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Upon delivery of the two dryer ducts it was observed that there were the necessary two functional... Upon delivery of the two dryer ducts it was observed that there were the necessary two functional holes in each of them - one in the front and one in the back. The ductwork itself extended to the 8 ft length in the advertised manner. Upon delivery, the product was examined for any additional holes, which would have rendered it unusable. None were found. During installation, both holes at either end of both dryer ducts were successfully intersected in a parallel fashion to holes in other ductwork components. Namely, an intersection was performed with a connector part that attached to the second 8 ft semi-rigid dryer duct (also containing two functional holes), a output port on an electric clothes dryer, and an input port on a vent that led to the exterior of the dwelling. Connections at all points were successfully achieved using the circular brackets that were supplied with the dryer ducts. An integration test was performed using an operational dryer, and no air leakage was observed from any of the components.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ok but not best product The product comes with cheap clamps and I ended up using the old clamps to ensure a proper fit. Before changing out the clamps, the duct would pull off the dryer outlet and the wall receiver. I would look at other options if I was purchasing again.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from You have to be careful stretching the material to the full length and, then, have to ensure the c... You have to be careful stretching the material to the full length and, then, have to ensure the clamps are completely seated on the duct pipe you are connecting to in order for clamps to tighten on the duct pipe and not just a portion. If not properly seated and clamped and you stretch the pipe to connect to the next pipe, this may damage the pipe. Not hard but must be very careful. Actually, I wanted rigid 6'-8' sections of aluminum duct piping but this is not available in stores. This product worked ok.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this for a bathroom vent. The previous owner had the vent blowing into the fiberglass insu... I used this for a bathroom vent. The previous owner had the vent blowing into the fiberglass insulation. I was able to move the insulation in the ceiling rafter to the side and pushed this ridged duct out to the soffit area to allow venting to outside air. it was stiff enough to not bend easy. It will also be better for dryers than the aluminum foil type. Blowing most hot air into fiberglass insulation could cause bad mildew.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the nicest flexible duct I have ever used. I used it for a bathroom exhaust fan duct in ... This is the nicest flexible duct I have ever used. I used it for a bathroom exhaust fan duct in a difficult location. It is pretty heavy gauge metal, but expands and bends easily. Be careful not to crush the ends, and keep in mind that once stretched, it does not re-compress. I will soon be using another piece of it for a new dryer installation also
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just bought this product this week, and it meets my expectations with no complaints. What I lik... I just bought this product this week, and it meets my expectations with no complaints. What I like most about this product is that I can move my dyer around some and the product will extend instead of having to buy another one. The clamps stay in place with no problems.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I liked the screw clamps rather than the old ones that had to be squeezed with a pliers. These w... I liked the screw clamps rather than the old ones that had to be squeezed with a pliers. These were much more secure. The vent material was more rigid and seems like it will last. It was very easy to install once we got the dryer out of the way.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I had a tight fit area and the duct kept unraveling. cut it try again got a hole in it. If it wi... I had a tight fit area and the duct kept unraveling. cut it try again got a hole in it. If it will never move and fits easy maybe, but for a dryer moving in and out to clean or service, I'm going with flexible. Not a great product.
Date published: 2016-11-08
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