|Product Length (ft.)||5 ft||Product Width (in.)||4.5 in|
|Appliance Category||Appliance Parts||Appliance Type||Part/Accessory|
|Brand Compatibility||Universal||Compatible Appliance Type||Electric Dryer|
|Dryer Part Type||Other||Included||Hardware|
|Model Compatibility||all electric clothes dryers||Pack Size||1|
A: No, this item can only be used with electric dryers.
A: Hmmm. I would not suggest it. If you develop a leak between the heater and the air plenum, you might asphyxiate people. If I had a gas dryer, I would keep a canary in the laundry room.
A: No, this product can be used with electric dryers only. It must not be used with gas dryers.
A: Just toggle a handle and in flips a piece of plastic 90 degrees.
A: There is a flapper valve lever on the side that doesn't work very well.
A: On the side of the unit there is a small lever which can be adjusted to divert the air flow into the room. The other position will make the air flow into the duct. Looking at the picture of the product, the lever is depicted in prominent position on the side of the unit.
A: This product can be used with electric dryers only. It must not be used with gas dryers. This product can be installed in line with the duct that comes out from the exhaust port of the dryer; this product cannot be installed in the wall. The Extra-Heat Dryer Diverter should be connected between two sections of UL approved flexible foil duct. One free end of the flexible foil duct that is connected to one end of the Extra Heat Diverter connects to the dryer exhaust outlet on the back of the dryer. The other free end of the flex foil duct coming from the other end of the Diverter should be connected to the pipe that goes into the wall. The diverter should be installed in such a way to make it easily accessible, so that the switch that diverts the air into the room or outside can be operated easily.
A: Loaded Question. It needs to connect between the dryer and the connection to your vent.