What are you asking? Clips are built-in molded plastic in the top half of item.
There will always be humidity. Due to the fact that you need to put water in the container that the vent tubing is connected to.
You're not doing anything wrong. Using a dryer that doesn't vent to the outside naturally creates humidity. My husband just turns the air conditioner on to de-humidify the room. If you have a dehumidifier, you should keep it in the same room (not the same outlet as the dryer though). Maybe opening a window with the fan pointing out would help?
As long as the hose is heat resistant and fits your dryer, you should be able to use a gas dryer's vent for your electric dryer. I advise putting a fine wire / mesh screen on the end of the hose to prevent bugs from getting into the hose when the dryer is not in use.
Do to carbon monoxide, you should never vent a gas dryer to the interior of your house.
if filling the reservoir with water isnt working use the hose to vent out the window.
I would imagine so. I believe that all dryers should have the same size exhaust. But taking a quick measurement would be a good idea. Standard is 4"
Into the end of the line that stores water in it.
If you’ve got a dryer fire you have worse things to worry about than where your dryer vent goes, but assuming your dryer keeps going while it’s on fire, the air from the burning dryer vent will go wherever you put the end of the hose